Isle Of Man / Ellan Vannin

Dozens of sheep stolen in north of Isle of Man

Isle of Man farmers have been warned to tag their live stock after dozens of sheep were stolen from a field in the north of the island.

Over the past three weeks 55 animals, including 40 lambs, have been taken from a farm in Narradale, Sulby.

A police spokesman said live stock owners should tag or mark all animals to help with identification.

Anyone with information about the theft is asked to contact PC Diamond at Ramsey police station.

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