Seven of eight miniature ponies that were stolen from a farm have been found and returned home.
Only the palomino pony is still missing after two were found on Tuesday in a field near Christchurch and five were recovered by the force’s Rural Crime Action Team in a field near Beck Row Travellers’ site in Suffolk following a call by a member of Cambridgeshire Countryside Watch.
The ponies were stolen from a field in Sixteen Foot Bank, Stonea, overnight between 10pm on Wednesday (July 12) and 8am Thursday morning (July 13).
Anyone with information about the remaining missing pony should call police on 101
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