Posted: Wed 13th Oct 2021

Police appeal after three lambs killed in Denbighshire livestock attack

North Wales news and information

Police are appealing for information after three lambs died following a livestock attack in Denbighshire.

The incident in the Llanarmon Yn Ial area is reported to have happened sometime between 9pm on Friday, October 8th and 9.30am on Saturday, October 9th.

The three lambs found with significant injuries, believed to have been caused by a dog, died as a result of the attack.

PC Chris James said: “I am appealing to all dog walkers to ensure their dog is on a lead when walking in areas where livestock is present.

“Anyone who witnessed the incident, or anyone with information is urged to contact us on 101, or via the live webchat, quoting reference number 21000703352.”

Spotted something? Got a story? Send a Facebook Message | A direct message on Twitter | Email


Young people don’t have to ‘get out’ of Wales to ‘get on’, says economy minister


Police to step up patrols to tackle drink and drug driving after Gwynedd crash


Police appeal to find missing 16-year-old with links to North Wales


Police appeal to find owner of rabbit found ‘bobbing’ through Denbigh


Police issue statement over reports of ‘suspicious male’ in Rhuddlan


Colwyn Bay learning disability centre gets green light – despite residents’ fears