Oscar

Horsewatch Scotland

Date posted: 21st August 2010

Horsewatch Scotland

A Friesian horse in the Culloden Moor area of Inverness has had its mane pleated between 2130hr on monday 16th august and 0600 hr on the Tuesday.

If you have any information or saw anything suspicious around that time, please contact Inverness Police.

Carole MacDonald PC 769

Training and Skills Development Section

Headquarters

01463 720681

Mane plaiting is thought to be a way of marking horses for theft. We always recommend that you contact the police if this happens, and if possible move the horse.pony to a different field. Stagger visiting times to your horse as your normal routine may have been clocked. Take a photograph of the plait before removing it, and of course contact us.

Fiona Stuart

Coordinator

Tel: 01350 727 116 Mob: 07774 654 287

www.HorsewatchScotland.info

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