Stock theft: Rural police officers calling on public information

TAKEN: Police say 15 first crossbred lambs were stolen from a Tullamore property earlier this month. Photo: NSW POLICE
TAKEN: Police say 15 first crossbred lambs were stolen from a Tullamore property earlier this month. Photo: NSW POLICE

POLICE are calling for information from the public following the theft of lambs from a Central West property.

NSW Police rural crime investigators received a report that 15 first crossbred lambs had been taken from a property on Yethra Road, Tullamore.

"The theft occurred last Wednesday, May 8, between 12pm and 12.30pm," State Rural Crime Co-ordinator Detective Inspector Cameron Whiteside said.

"We are seeking information from the public who may have noticed, or know who owns a grey/silver coloured Nissan Patrol utility that was in the Tullamore area at the time.

MAP: The sheep were taken from a property on this road

"The vehicle was towing a green coloured box trailer which was strapped with a distinctive 'W' strap on it."

Police have also released images of the ear tags and an image depicting the ear markings.

Detective Inspector Whiteside has called on anyone who may own this vehicle or have information about this crime, to call their local police station or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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