Dyfed Powys Police’s Rural Crime Team have launched an appeal for information over multiple instances of livestock theft and violence.

The police stated that sometime between July 7 and August 8, 37 ewes, texel cross and mule were stolen from the Heldre HIll area near Buttington.

The police also reported that they had received reports of violence towards sheep Maesmynis area of Powys, in which six pedigree rams and ewes were killed sometime between August 9 and August 10.

A dog was also witnessed attacking a goat resulting in vet treatment for bite injuries to the neck and rear leg areas, Llandwi'r-Cwm near Builth Wells, on Thursday, August 10 at approximately 12pm.

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Police are appealing for information over both incidents.

This appeal is the latest one Dyfed Powys have issued regarding livestock theft in Powys, of which there have been numerous incidents throughout the summer.

Dyfed Powys Police’s Rural Crime Team are appealing for information from members of the public regarding the incident.

Anyone with any information can get in contact by ringing 101 or call Crime Stoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.