The Police Service of Northern Eire (PSNI) is investigating the theft of 12 sheep in Co. Fermanagh.
The PSNI has appealed to the general public for any info in reference to the theft which was reported to have occurred within the space of Tullynincrin Highway or Ferney Highway Irvinestown, Co. Fermanagh.
The theft is known to have occurred between the hours of two:00p.m on Friday afternoon (July 28) and 11:00a.m on Saturday morning (July, 29).
The PSNI has requested anybody who was within the space and will have seen sheep being moved or something suspicious to get in with details about this incident and quote the reference CC1224 30/07/23.
In the meantime, the PSNI in Fermanagh and Omagh are additionally persevering with their investigation right into a theft within the neighborhood of Nutfield Highway, Brookeborough earlier this month.
The gadgets taken included a Inexperienced John Deere 6620 bonnet, two pink Honda Petrol turbines, a bigger Honda generator on wheels, JCB brackets and a battery powered gasoline pump.
The police have requested any witnesses or anybody with CCTV or dashcam footage of the incident to get involved.
The Ulster Farmers’ Union (UFU) has additionally urged farmers to be “further vigilant” relating to the specter of rural thefts after reviews of GPS tools stolen on 4 completely different Northern Eire farms not too long ago.
The thefts occurred on farms in Ballymoney and Glenavy in Co. Antrim and Loughgall and Tandragee in Co. Armagh.
One black Limousin cow, two Charolais heifers and one black heifer have additionally been reported stolen from a farm in Cargaghoge, Co. Monaghan not too long ago.
Farmer, Peter McNally, first seen the cattle had been lacking from his land on Tuesday (July 11) at 8:00p.m.
McNally advised Agriland that he tried to search for the cattle himself, after which reported the incident to gardaí on the Thursday (July 13).
The situation of the sphere is roughly half a mile from McNally’s residence.
He believes that the cattle had been stolen because of markings left behind. The sphere subsequent to the place the cattle had been positioned was mowed and McNally mentioned this made the markings simpler to determine.
A submit was damaged close to that silage subject and two calves, a cow, a bull, and a springer had been left behind in that spot.
McNally mentioned there may be often a gate, which has “grass rising over it and hasn’t been touched for 2 years”, however was moved throughout the identical interval.
From markings, he mentioned it then seems just like the cattle had been then taken out on to the highway.