NSW Police report sheep thefts at Dubbo, Tullamore and O’Connell

Sheep Central June 12, 2019

Merino lambs have been reported as stolen at O’Connell, NSW.

RECENT sheep thefts are being investigated by New South Wales Police at O’Connell in the central tablelands, Tullamore in the central west and near Dubbo in the Orana region.

The ear tag on th stolen Merino lambs at O’Connell.

In the Chifley Police District, police from Bathurst are investigating the suspected theft of 62 mixed sex Merino lambs (full wool) from a property on the O’Connell Road, O’Connell sometime in the past six months.

The ear mark on the stolen Merino lambs.

Police are urging anyone who may have information concerning the theft of these sheep to please contact the Chifley RCI; Detective Senior Constable Bob Newman at Bathurst Police Station or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Merino ewes reported stolen at Tullamore

In the state’s Central West Police District, police have been told sometime between 19 April and 5 June this year 14 Merino sheep were stolen from a property in Lorraine Lane, Tullamore.

The sheep were earmarked and tagged and Tullamore Police Station are asking anyone with any information to contact them at Tullamore or on Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Theft of Dorper ewes Dubbo

Dorper ewes reported stolen at Dubbo, NSW.

In the Orana Mid-Western Police District, rural crime investigators from Dubbo are seeking assistance in relation to the theft of 11 Dorper ewes from a property on the Sunnyside Road, Dubbo sometime between 20 April and 9 June this year. The ewes were heavily in lamb at the time of the theft.

If anyone can assist could they contact Dubbo Police Station or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.


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