Police called after wandering sheep seen near A507 at Buntingford

13:35 24 January 2014

A member of the public called police after seeing sheep near the A507

A member of the public called police after seeing sheep near the A507

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Wandering sheep near to the A507 are causing concerns this afternoon (Friday).

A member of the public called the police at around 12.45pm stating that a fence had come down in the Buntingford area and “sheep were out of the field and near the road”.

The sheep are believed to be near to the stretch of road between Buntingford and Cottered and a police spokesman said officers have been sent to investigate.

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