Police shepherds stolen flock back to owner

Bleeting thefts victims traced down thanks to intense police work.

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February 20, 2018 09:56
Police shepherds stolen flock back to owner

Stolen sheep discovered by police . (photo credit: POLICE SPOKESPERSON'S UNIT)

 
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In the nick of time, police locates stolen flock of sheep moments before they're sold.

30 sheep were recently stolen at the Yafa an-Naseriyye regional council area on Sunday. Thanks to intense efforts undertaken by the police 27 of these sheep were found in a barn of a local resident who fled from the police in his car, was tracked down and arrested.

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The police is currently undertaking intense efforts to combat thefts in the agriculture sector. 

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