Police barrier tape stops loose horses from entering the A47 at Guyhirn

Police used barrier tape to keep 13 loose horses from entering the A47 after they were spotted heading towards the road.

Monday, 22nd January 2018, 10:28 am
Updated Monday, 22nd January 2018, 10:32 am
Photo of the loose horses supplied by Cambridgeshire police

Police were called at 6.22am on Sunday (January 21) to reports of loose horses in High Road, Guyhirn.

The 13 horses were walking up the road towards the A47.

Officers used barrier tape to make a temporary fence before calling Fenland Animal Rescue and leaving a message.

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Photo of the loose horses supplied by Cambridgeshire police
Photo of the loose horses supplied by Cambridgeshire police
Photo of the barrier tape supplied by Cambridgeshire police
Photo of the loose horses supplied by Cambridgeshire police
Photo of the loose horses supplied by Cambridgeshire police
Photo of the barrier tape supplied by Cambridgeshire police