Baby lambs torn from their mothers in heartless Yorkshire farm theft

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Seven ewes have been left in distress after their lambs were stolen just days after birth.

The seven baby Texel cross mules were stolen from a field in Starbeck, near Harrogate, between 4am and 3pm on Tuesday April 10.

The lambs were only a few days old and it is not advisable to separate them from their mothers at such a young age.

If you have any information about the crime, contact North Yorkshire Police on 101 and quote reference number 12180060716.

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