Valuable ducks stolen from Kilrea farm

A duck like one of the stolen ones A number of Saxony ducks were among those stolen

Ducks worth hundreds of pounds have been stolen from a farm in County Londonderry, the police have said.

It happened in Kilrea on 12 October, but has just been reported.

Thieves took 25 ducks, of four different breeds, Saxony, Silver Call, Silver Appleyard Miniature and Khaki, with a total value of £500 from a farm on Blackrock Road.

Officers have appealed for anyone who saw anything suspicious in the area to contact them.

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