Stolen Therapy Pony Found In Co Cork

A therapy pony stolen at the weekend has been safely recovered in County Cork.

The eight-year-old pony was owned by the parents of a young wheelchair user who suffers from cerebral palsy.

It was taken from Clonmel in County Tipperary on Saturday 29 June and was recovered by neighbouring Gardaí in Cork today, Thursday 04 July.

An officer said the pony will be reunited with the owners today, and thanked the public for sharing the appeal.


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