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Police Scotland officers in the Highlands investigate mystery disappearance of tagged pedigree Beltex sheep from farm near Cawdor, Nairnshire


By Philip Murray

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The pedigree Beltex sheep, which was tagged, was worth £2500.
The pedigree Beltex sheep, which was tagged, was worth £2500.

THE disappearance of a pedigree sheep worth £2500 has sparked a police appeal.

Officers are seeking information about the whereabouts of the Beltex pedigree sheep, which was in lamb and tagged.

It went missing from a farm near Cawdor, in Nairnshire, sometime between January 6 and 9.

Anyone with information should call police on 101.



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