Plaited tails spark horse theft fear in Leeds

Police say the tails of two horses were plaited
Police say the tails of two horses were plaited
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Two horses had to be moved by their owners after having their tails plaited.

It was feared the animals in the Thorner/Collingham area of Leeds were about to be stolen as thieves have used the technique in the past to mark horses.

West Yorkshire Police said: “On this occasion the owners have noticed this and made sure that the horses have been moved to a safe location.”

Police say suspicious incidents should be reported by calling 101 or officers in Wetherby on 01132 855374

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