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Police are investigating a break-in at Casino High School during which a sheep was strangled.

The break-in occurred between 4pm on Friday, 14 October, and 8am on Monday, 17 October.

Police said a number of items were moved around but nothing was stolen.

‘Most worryingly a sheep that belongs to the school was strangled,’ police said.

Police are investigating this matter and are seeking community assistance in locating the people responsible for breaking into the school and killing the sheep.

Anyone with information should call Casino Police on 6629 8589 or Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000. Police reference is E62246944


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