Nearly 600 sheep, cattle stolen from farms in Albury region this year

By Blair Thomson
Updated August 31 2020 - 3:26pm, first published 3:01pm
HUMAN COST: Detective Sergeant Damian Nott said rural thefts could have a big impact on farmers who were already doing it tough. Picture: EMMA HILLIER
HUMAN COST: Detective Sergeant Damian Nott said rural thefts could have a big impact on farmers who were already doing it tough. Picture: EMMA HILLIER

Police have launched an operation targeting livestock thefts as statistics show nearly 600 sheep, cattle and ducks have been stolen in the Albury region this year.

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