Pregnant sheep killed in dog attack in Suffolk village

The bicycle was stolen on Boxing Day and Suffolk police are appealing for witnesses

Police are appealing for witnesses after two pregnant sheep were killed in a dog attack in Gedgrave, Suffolk. - Credit: Sarah Lucy Brown

Two pregnant ewes were killed in Gedgrave, sparking a warning for dog owners to keep their pets on a lead.

The incident occurred at some time between Thursday, January 21 and yesterday (Wednesday January 27) in a field near to the river wall, and police are appealing for witnesses to come forward.

The two pregnant ewes were attacked and killed in a suspected dog attack.

As a result, a police spokesman reminded dog walkers to ensure they keep their pets under control when walking through fields with livestock in.

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact the Rural Crime Team, quoting reference: 4327/21.

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