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Ewe’ve got to be kidding: Police investigate another stock theft

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POLICE are calling for information from the public following the theft of 14 sheep from a property in the Central West. Officers attached to the NSW Police Rural Crime Division say the sheep were taken in the past two months. READ ALSO: Sheep killed after falling out of moving stock vehicle on way to sale "Sometime between April 19 and June 5 this year, 14 merino sheep were stolen from a property in Lorraine Lane, Tullamore," State Rural Crime Co-ordinator Detective Inspector Cameron Whiteside said. Police have released photos of the earmarks and tags on the lambs (see below). READ ALSO: Tickets to Jimmy Barnes' only Central West concert are selling fast Detective Inspector Whiteside has called on anyone with information to contact Tullamore Police Station on 6892 5000 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. MAP: The sheep were taken from a property at Tullamore Why not subscribe.

POLICE are calling for information from the public following the theft of 14 sheep from a property in the Central West.

Officers attached to the NSW Police Rural Crime Division say the sheep were taken in the past two months.

"Sometime between April 19 and June 5 this year, 14 merino sheep were stolen from a property in Lorraine Lane, Tullamore," State Rural Crime Co-ordinator Detective Inspector Cameron Whiteside said.

Police have released photos of the earmarks and tags on the lambs (see below).

Nyngan Observer

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