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Police called to help move cows from Suffolk road

PUBLISHED: 06:22 25 June 2018 | UPDATED: 06:22 25 June 2018

Police were called to help move cows from a road in Wenhaston (stock image). Picture: JULIE KEMP

Police were called to help move cows from a road in Wenhaston (stock image). Picture: JULIE KEMP

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Police were called to a Suffolk village this morning following reports of cows blocking a road.

Suffolk Constabulary received reports of anything between five and 60 cows blocking a road in Wenhaston, between Halesworth and Blythburgh.

The first call came in at about 5.43am, reporting cows on the Blyford Road, followed by reports of more cows further along the B1123.

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