Eight sheep – valued at $9,000 – stolen from Piccadilly livestock farm; police investigating the theft


A livestock farmer has had several animals stolen from his farm at Piccadilly.

Reports are that the 63-year-old man reported to the Dockyard Police Station that two white rams and six black-and-white ewes had been stolen from his property.

Reportedly, the man secured his animals on the farm and then left. However, upon his return the following day, he discovered that they had been taken.

The rams are valued at $1,500 each, while each female cost $1,000.

A search was carried out in the immediate vicinity, but the sheep were not found. Hence, investigations into the praedial larceny continue.

This offence reportedly occurred sometime between 8 a.m. on June 22 and 5 p.m. on June 23.



  1. This is what is crippling our farmers both crop and vegetables and threatening our food security.

  2. This kind of theft has been happening lately island wide.
    I have a close family member who just last week experienced this with 20+ of their sheep herd. The thieves went with ALL. Even including newborn lambs, so that’s clearly way more than the $9000.00 that Piccadilly man lost. The police attitude to the situation is ‘don’t care’. They aren’t answering calls made to them, they aren’t investigating the situation and they took HOURS to arrive at the scene. More concern needs to be put in this situation at hand.

  3. The police can start investigation at the meat market. When people are selling lamb, they should find out where they got it.

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