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Criminal damage

Alert message sent 24/09/2019 16:08:00

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Criminal damage.
sheep worrying

Occurrence crime number.43190295790

 Offence type:Criminal damage to livestock.

 Time/date of the offence: 17/09/19-20/09/19

 Location of the offence: Piddington area, in a field near the B4011.

Details of the offence:  Four sheep have died following an horrific attack by a loose dogs in the Piddington area.

Keep dogs on leads
We know dog owners love to stroll in the countryside with their pets but we cannot stress enough how important it is to be aware of your surroundings. 
“Even if you think your dog is placid and friendly, when faced with a field full of livestock they can be unpredictable. It’s simply not worth taking the risk – keep your dog on a lead and away from livestock. 
“If your dog is found to be responsible for sheep worrying then as its owner, you could find yourself with a large vet’s bill, prosecution and the strong possibility of your dog being destroyed as a result.
“We don’t want that to happen, we don’t want anyone to lose a much-loved family pet, so please keep them on the lead.”
source farmers weekly.
Were you in the area at this time and did you see anything you have any CCTV covering the area. Do you attend this area and walk your dog.
 If you have any details please contact Thames Valley police on 101 with reference -.43190295790-
Message sent by
Thomas Bailey (NHPT, PCSO, Cherwell and West Oxfordshire)

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