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Police Scotland officers in the Highlands have appealed for information and witnesses after four sheep were killed in a sheep worrying incident near Grantown on Spey


By Philip Murray

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Four sheep were killed in the incident, police have said (file image). Picture: Callum Mackay.
Four sheep were killed in the incident, police have said (file image). Picture: Callum Mackay.

FOUR sheep have been killed in a sheep worrying incident at a strath farm.

Police have appealed for information after the livestock were killed at Auchernack Farm in Grantown on Spey sometime between 3pm on Friday and 1pm on Saturday.

The area around the farm is popular with dog walkers.

"Anyone who has seen anything suspicious or who has any information is urged to contact Police Scotland on 101 quoting incident PS-20210215-0633," said a police spokesman.

Related news: Police reminder for dog owners after sheep worrying incident by Kincraig



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