Police investigate South Herefordshire Hunt

By Ross Gazette reporter   |   Reporter   |
Wednesday 15th June 2016 9:00 am
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Three people have been arrested, in connection with a police investigation based at the South Herefordshire Hunt.

Police have confirmed that a 37-year-old man from Hereford and a 27 year-old woman from Hereford were arrested on Saturday, May 28th, on suspicion of causing unnecessary suffering to a protected animal. They have both been released on bail until a date in August.

A 37-year-old man from Abergavenny was arrested on Thursday, June 2nd on suspicion of failing to prevent the causing of unnecessary suffering to an animal. He has also been released on bail until a date in August.

A spokesperson for the RSPCA?told the Ross Gazette: “West Mercia Police are leading an investigation involving the South Herefordshire Hunt. We are assisting them with their enquiries.

“As the investigation is ongoing, we cannot comment any further at this time.”

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