Authorities in Herefordshire have actually introduced an examination after a wave of tried dog and pony thefts.
Individuals residing in Hay-on-Wye and surrounding locations have actually reported 2 males of around 5 foot and 10 inches with an Irish accent in a white Ford Transit van requiring pets from walkers.
George Keylock stated he just recently found out about an individual in your area who had 2 males approach them late during the night attempting take his dog.
Shaun Smith stated his other half captured 2 white males of the exact same description, attempting to take his 2 ponies on November 8 in between 11am and midday in Green Crize, Hereford.
Another occurrence that was shared on social networks happened on the night of November 6 when a dog owner in Clyro.
All occurrences had actually been reported to the authorities.
A representative for West Mercia Authorities stated at around 11.30 am on Tuesday, November 8, officers got a report of 2 ponies being taken from Green Crize Farm, Herefordshire.
Queries are continuous, stated the representative.
A representative for Dyfed-Powys Authorities stated officers are examining a possible effort theft of a dog in the Clyro location following a call from a worried owner.
” While strolling their dog at about 11.10 pm, Sunday, November 6, the owner was approached by 2 males who threatened to take the dog.
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” Securing guidance was offered to the owner.”.
Dog walkers are recommended to utilize popular courses where there are most likely to be other individuals around, to bring a smart phone, to stay alert and do not do anything that would risk their own individual security, stated the representative.
Individuals are asked to report any suspicious activity to authorities.
Queries are being advanced and authorities are appealing for anybody with info that might help the examination to come forward.
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