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Pregnant sheep dies in Norfolk dog attack

A heavily pregnant sheep was killed and another seriously injured during two attacks by dogs in Norfolk.

Police have just revealed details of the incidents in Pentney on 1 February.

A sheep carrying two lambs died in one attack and a sheep sustained "nasty" injuries to its back in another, officers said.

They are keen to trace the owners of a white, brown and black cross-breed dog and a black Lurcher-type dog seen roaming the village.



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