Stolen sheepdog reunited with farmer following 'borderless' police investigation

A stolen border collie responsible for keeping 800 ewes in check will be reunited with its farmer following a police investigation by Devon and Cornwall Police and Warwickshire Rural Crime Team.

Hannah Binns
News Reporter
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Stolen sheepdog reunited with farmer following 'borderless' police investigation

A stolen border collie responsible for keeping 800 ewes in check will be reunited with its farmer following a police investigation by Devon and Cornwall Police and Warwickshire Rural Crime Team. Border...

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