15/07/2019

29 Cattle Stolen From Co Antrim Farm

Police have issued an appeal for information after cattle were stolen from a farm in County Antrim.

A farmer in the Colane Road area of Aghagallon awoke to discover the cows had been taken on Saturday morning, 13 July.

The cattle, which are all mixed breed, are believed to have been stolen some time between Friday evening and Saturday morning.
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Police said moving that amount of cattle may not normally appear suspicious at that time, but urged anyone who believes they may have seen anything to call 101 quoting reference 1354 of 13/07/19.



(JG/CM)

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