Chickens, ducks and livestock killed in attacks at Doncaster allotments

Animals have been killed in Doncaster
Animals have been killed in Doncaster

A police probe is underway into attacks on chickens, ducks and livestock on allotments in Doncaster.

South Yorkshire Police said over recent weeks a number of incidents have been reported at the Sandall Beat allotments, Intake.

Animals have been killed or injured and property has been damaged and stolen.

A force spokesman said: "Over the last few weeks there have been a number of break ins at Sandall Beat allotments.

"Property has been damaged and stolen and chickens, ducks and other livestock killed, injured or stolen."

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Anyone with information should call South Yorkshire Police on 101.