A seek is below manner for an injured horse which has reportedly been hidden from police.
Officials won a record of outrage from a member of the general public a few horse in a box in Sunderland remaining month.
The pony were tethered within the box on Webley Highway in Witherwack however had suffered a deep lower from its head collar.
Police say once they arrived on the scene with the RSPCA and attempted to clutch the pony, a person refused to allow them to take the animal, climbed onto the pony and made off.
He allegedly refuses to divulge the site of the injured animal.
They’re now interesting for lend a hand from someone who may be able to lend a hand with their enquiries.
A spokesperson for the pressure mentioned: “The person has since been spoken to via police and has refused to divulge the site of the animal.
“Now police and the RSPCA are interesting for lend a hand from the general public to track the pony in query to make sure it’s protected and smartly.
“Enquiries are ongoing to look if any prison offences had been dedicated below Phase 18 of the Animal Welfare Act.
“If you understand the whereabouts of the animal then name police on 101 quoting log 605 29/08/18 or e-mail the OIC on firstname.lastname@example.org kingdom.”