Video: Big Cat sighting in Crow Country

PUBLISHED: 18:16 28 July 2009 | UPDATED: 21:54 31 October 2011


Footage of a cat prowling across the car park of the Wagon and Horses pub, Steeple Morden, in August 2005. Hover over the image above and press play.

Footage of a cat prowling across the car park of the Wagon and Horses pub, Steeple Morden, in August 2005. Hover over the image above and press play.

MORE video footage appearing to show the Crow County big cat has emerged. The closed circuit film shows the cat prowling across the car park of the Wagon and Horses pub, Steeple Morden, in August 2005. Daryl Stanley, owner of EZCCTV, contacted the Crow af

MORE video footage appearing to show the Crow County big cat has emerged.

The closed circuit film shows the cat prowling across the car park of the Wagon and Horses pub, Steeple Morden, in August 2005.

Daryl Stanley, owner of EZCCTV, contacted the Crow after seeing Chris Dingley's video of the cat on our website earlier this week.

He said: "My sister was running the Wagon and Horses at the time, and we installed CCTV there. This was caught on the film at about 1.30am.

"The camera triggered and caught the cat walking out from one of the parked cars. This camera is an infra red camera, therefore this image although looking like a light coloured cat is more than likely a dark colour," he said.

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