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A farmer has spoken of his horror at discovering how one of his cows had been shot by a crossbow. Alan Bishop found the injured animal on his field at Church Farm in Finchampstead - near Wokingham.
The pedigree cow had been shot in the neck. It survived - and is recovering - but police are investigating the incident. Here's Divya Kohli's report.
A farmer is appealing for witnesses after his cow was shot by a crossbow in Wokingham. Mr Bishop found Lady Heather lying in a field near Church Farm in Finchamsptead. She is now recovering well.
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Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses after a cow was hit by a crossbow in Wokingham on Saturday.
The animal, which has a calf, was found lying in a field near Church Farm, Church Lane in Finchamsptead. It has had the bow removed and is currently recovering from its injuries.