Survival fears for goshawk stolen from shed in Suffolk

Goshawk stolen from pen in Suffolk
Image caption Police said the goshawk may have been released during the break-in, rather than stolen

The owner of a goshawk stolen in Suffolk has said he fears the bird will not survive in the wild.

A shed was broken into in a back garden in Meeting Green in Wickhambrook, between Bury St Edmunds and Haverhill, early on Saturday morning.

The female goshawk, which is 14, was then released or stolen from inside.

It has a silver anodised ring on its ankle. Police said the owner was anxious for news. Anyone with information should contact officers.

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