Dyfed-Powys Police’s rural crime staff has stated that it’s coping with “yet one more canine assault on livestock” in a social media publish.

The staff took to Twitter yesterday (Monday, April 3) to share pictures of the assault, which befell within the Llandrindod Wells space, and to warn canine house owners of the potential their canines need to assault sheep.

A spokesperson for the staff stated, irrespective of how secure an proprietor thinks their canine is round livestock, sheep shall be scared by them.

Canine DNA

The agricultural crime staff shared that it’s having preliminary coaching to help a Canine DNA analysis challenge taking a look at livestock worrying.

The staff is working alongside North Wales Police and John Moore’s College on the challenge.

Picture: @DPPRural/Twitter

The challenge is focussed on figuring out the most effective strategies to take DNA from sheep which have been attacked by canines, the staff stated.

Stolen ATVs

The Dyfed-Powys rural crime staff additionally lately reported the thefts of two Honda 420 quads.

The staff stated they had been stolen from between Sunday, March 26, and Monday, March 27, 2023, from a farmyard constructing.

The farm is situated simply off the B4594 at Newchurch, Powys, close to to the Kington, Herefordshire borders.

The staff appealed for anybody with any info concerning the thefts to contact it.