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Westleton: Police probe after pigs killed and taken from field

16:58 17 December 2012

Police are appealing for information after pigs were killed and stolen in Westleton

Police are appealing for information after pigs were killed and stolen in Westleton

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POLICE are appealing for information after two pigs were stolen from a field.


The theft happened from a field alongside the B1125 at Westleton, near Leiston, between 9pm on Sunday and 8am today.

It is thought the pigs – each weighing around 100kg – were killed before being dragged from the field, not far from the Hinton five ways junction, and loaded into a vehicle.

Anyone who may have noticed any unusual or suspicious activity in the area should call Suffolk police on 101 as soon as possible.



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