Rural crime: Stock losses add up to $3.2m | Graph

Nadine Morton
Updated March 25 2019 - 6:43am, first published March 8 2019 - 11:00am
RURAL CRIME: More than $3.2 million in sheep and cattle were stolen during 2018 and police are urging farmers to download the Tackling Rural Crime Handbook. Photos: NSW POLICE
RURAL CRIME: More than $3.2 million in sheep and cattle were stolen during 2018 and police are urging farmers to download the Tackling Rural Crime Handbook. Photos: NSW POLICE

IN the past 12 months more the 20,000 individual head of stock were stolen from NSW farms, with the loss of sheep and cattle alone costing farmers $3.2 million.

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Nadine Morton

Nadine Morton

Senior journalist

Nadine Morton covers emergency services and breaking news for the Illawarra Mercury. She takes pride in regional journalism which she believes is crucial to informing our towns and cities. Have a story? Email her at nadine.morton@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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