Ramsey five-year-old boy’s pony stolen before Christmas still missing

14:35 20 January 2014

Joshua Carnegie with Tic Toc

Joshua Carnegie with Tic Toc

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A five-year-old boy’s pony, believed to have been stolen in early December, is still missing.

Joshua Carnegie’s 24-year-old Welsh/Shetland cross Tic Toc had disappeared on December 7 when Joshua’s mother Catriona Carnegie went to feed the pony.

Mrs Carnegie, 30, of Ugg Mere Court Road, Ramsey, offered a £6,000 reward if Tic Toc was returned before Christmas. Now the reward, for information leading to a successful conviction, has been reduced to £2,000.

Since Tic Toc disappeared, a search of fields within a five-mile radius and an aerial search have been carried out.

The search has also attracted the attention of Olympic medallist Charlotte Dujardin, Clare Balding and Zara Phillips, who have all promoted the hunt on social media.

INFORMATION: Contact Mrs Carnegie on 07786 321658.

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