AN INVESTIGATION has commenced after 10 heavy lambs were stolen from a property west of Young.
Between 7pm on Friday and 2am on Saturday, the lambs were stolen from a rural property on James Street at Binya.
“The lambs are 10 month old, mixed sex comprising of white suffolk x SAMM (South African meat merino) breed,” NSW Police rural crime Inspector Cameron Whiteside said.
“The lambs contain a white NLIS ear tag PIC# NK440209 and SERGROW on the underside of the tag.
“The lambs contain three-months of wool on them.”
Inspector Whiteside has urged anyone with any information that will assist in this matter to contact the Murrumbidgee Rural Crime Investigator on 6969 4299.
People can also contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or visit www.crimestoppers.com.au.