Police are looking for the owner of six horses which were found roaming free near a village.
The animals were discovered near Helpston at about 10pm yesterday (Monday). Police were called and officers managed to move them into a secure field.
They have now released photos of the horses to try and track down their owner.
Police community support officer Gemma Dear said: “We are keen to find the owners of these horses and would urge anyone who knows where they might have come from to call police.”
The horses are described as:
- Grey Shetland pony, about 7ft5in tall with black legs
- Dark bay with black mane and tail, 15 to 16 hands
- Dun with black mane and tail, 15 to 16 hands
- Light bay 15 to 16 hands
- Grey 15 to 16 hands
- Light bay with a white blaze, 17 to 18 hands
Call police on 101.