Did you witness two horses being attacked in field?
TWO men may hold vital clues about an attack which left one horse dead and another seriously injured.
Police want to speak to the men who were walking in a field with a dog at around the time of the incident in Goldenhill.
Mare Vienna had her ear cut and collapsed and died after suffering liver failure. Fellow mare Honey Bee survived having her throat cut and is recovering at a different stables.
Now police want to speak to the two men following the incident in fields off Gill Bank Road between midday and 3.30pm on May 2. It is not known what type of object was used to harm the animals.
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PC Lesley Mountford said: "I am particularly keen to trace two men who are potential witnesses.
"They were seen in the field between 1.30pm and 1.45pm on May 2 with a muscular white dog, described as either a Pitbull Terrier or Staffordshire Bull Terrier, which was running free.
"The men were both white and one rode a silver and bronze bicycle. He was aged in his 20s, with short dark hair, a round-shaped face and was wearing a grey hoodie. The second man was aged between 25 and 30, 6ft tall and of slim build. He wore a blue jumper.
"The men were seen a short time later walking along Broadfield Road with the dog chained to the bike."
Witnesses should call police on 101.