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FOUR men have been charged after a sheep was allegedly killed at a property north of Bathurst on Tuesday.

Officers from the Rural Crime Prevention Team and Chifley Police District responded to reports of a group of men trespassing at a property on Turondale Road, Turondale, 40 kilometres north of Bathurst.

Police were told a 77-year-old man, who agists sheep at the property, attended and found four men trespassing, and a dead ram that had been shot through the neck with an arrow.

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When confronted by the man, the group attempted to leave the property but were prevented leaving by the owner’s vehicle until police arrived.

Police searched two vehicles belonging to the group and seized four compound bows, arrows and an esky…



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