Ewe don't belong here! Villagers left scratching their heads after 56 sheep found wandering around their neighbourhood Locals in Chiddingly, East Sussex, are caring for the flockSheep were reported to the police after being found on April 13As yet no one has come forward to collect them By Leon Watson PUBLISHED: 00:45 GMT, 24 April 2013 | UPDATED: 01:57 GMT, 24 April 2013 Villagers in East Sussex have been left scratching their heads after the bizarre discovery of 56 sheep wandering around their country lanes. Locals in the village of Chiddingly, near Lewes, are caring for the flock in their back gardens while neighbourhood police search for the owner. The sheep were reported to the police after being found on April 13 but as yet no one has come forward to collect them.
Gangster accused of four murders 'fantasised about decapitating his enemy'Cregan denies murders of Mark and David Short in May and August 2012But psychiatrist claims he admitted the killings in pre-trial interviewsCregan was paranoid the Short family were trying to kill him, trial toldCregan also said he was a drug dealer who earned up to 20,000 a weekClaims Cregan told him 'a big relief rushed through my body' after'Fantasised smashing his head with a hammer and cutting his head off'Later murdered PCs Nicola Hughes and Fiona Bone with gun and grenade Cregan added: 'I had thoughts of killing David Short since he threatened to rape my sister. 'I couldn’t get him out of my head
Caffrey, the amazing moggie who survives on two legs… and they're both on the same side! Black Persian lost his left hind leg some ten years ago after being run over by a car aged threeAfter 3,500 worth of operations, he battled on with his lifeThe tragedy struck four months ago when he was forced to have his front left leg amputatedAnother 4,000 operation and the fearless feline is still bounding about despite having no left-side legs By Paul Harris PUBLISHED: 22:29 GMT, 8 February 2013 | UPDATED: 09:17 GMT, 9 February 2013 Climbing trees, chasing mice, showing off to the ladies . . .