A flock of sheep was mown over and killed on the Moy road, Armagh early on Sunday morning.
Police are appealing for information following the road traffic accident where eight sheep were killed and one injured.
Constable Tina Stanley explained: “Around 6.45am on Sunday, 9 November, we received a report of a vehicle colliding with a flock of sheep in the Moy Road area.
“The driver did not stop and eight sheep were killed and one injured.
“The car involved in this collision may be red and will bear significant frontal damage following the collision.
“We would like the driver of the car or anyone who witnessed the collision or has information in relation to it to contact us in Armagh on the 101 number.”
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