A lamb has been present in a automobile alongside roughly £10,000 price of sophistication A medicine in Scotland.

It has since been taken in by an area farmer, and inquiries are underway as to the way it ended up within the car.

Officers from Glasgow Roads Policing unit stopped a automobile on the M74 northbound carriageway, close to J3 round 6:10p.m on Saturday (April 22).

A search of the automobile was carried pout with help from the Canine Unit and specifically, PD Billy.


Alongside the lamb, heroin, with and estimated road worth of £7,000 and cocaine, with an estimated worth of £3,000 had been discovered.

Two males each aged 52 and one lady aged 38 had been arrested and charged with medicine offences and have been reported to the Procurator Fiscal.

The motive force of the car additionally failed a roadside swab for cocaine.

In different sheep-related information, police within the Cotswolds are reminding canine homeowners to maintain their pets beneath management to forestall livestock worrying following a latest incident.

Two sheep had been killed and two extra needed to be euthanised as a result of accidents they sustained following a canine assault on farmland in Moreton-in-Marsh within the Cotswolds on Thursday (April 20).

“Permitting a canine to fret or assault livestock is a felony offence beneath the Canines (Safety of Livestock) Act 1953,” Gloucestershire Constabulary stated immediately (Monday, April 24).