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Police believe 'gutted' caravans are being used to transport stolen, high-value livestock

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By Peter Brewer
Updated September 2 2020 - 8:07am, first published September 1 2020 - 6:30pm
A NSW rural investigator checks the tag on a cattle in a crush. Picture: NSW Police

The high value of rural livestock since the drought and bushfires is increasing the rate of "duffing" in regional areas around Canberra and in southern NSW, with NSW police expanding their investigation team and setting up a specialist taskforce.

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Peter Brewer

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Telling the truth and holding agencies accountable must matter to us all. It's also important to tell the story well, and factually. Contact me at peter.brewer@canberratimes.com.au

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