Police search for stolen pony Pickle

POLICE have appealed for help from the public as they try to trace a stolen pony.

Elliot Furniss

POLICE have appealed for help from the public as they try to trace a stolen pony.

The white and brown coloured skewbald Shetland stallion called Pickle was taken from a farm in Hoxne Road, Eye, at some point between 11.30pm on Boxing Day and 8am the following morning.

Pickle, who is two-years-old and stands at nine hands high, was taken from a paddock area at the farm and his owners are desperate to have him back.


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He has one brown eye and one blue eye, a full mane, is unshod and was wearing a purple outdoor rug and a red, white and blue halter.

Anyone who knows where pickle is can speak to Sergeant Jon Eaves of the Mid Suffolk North Safer Neighbourhood Team on 01284 774100 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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