Cheshire news Delivery driver spots 'enormous big cat' on Chester Meadows MetiNews.Com

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Cheshire news Delivery driver spots 'enormous big cat' on Chester Meadows MetiNews.Com

MetiNews.Com - "It was absolutely massive though, like nothing I’ve ever seen"

Cheshire news  Delivery driver spots 'enormous big cat' on Chester Meadows MetiNews.Com
14 January 2021 - 12:47

Breaking News ! A delivery driver claims he spotted an 'enormous big cat' prowling in Chester. Richard Evans took the photograph of the mysterious creature as he was heading back into the city on December 13 at around 3.45pm after delivering McDonald's. The food courier said he pulled over and took the photo from the A51 road near Barrel Well Hill and Mount Place and believes what he saw was a puma. Richard reported the sighting to Puma Watch North Wales, a group set up to document sightings and raise awareness of suspected big cats. Read More Related Articles More sheep killed as police say 'extremely unusual elements in the case' Read More Related Articles Cheshire big cat mystery as police probe large 'predator' attack on sheep He told them it was "absolutely massive" and like 'nothing' he had ever seen before. The delivery driver told the group: “I was out on my bike coming back into town after delivering someone’s McDonald’s when I spotted an enormous big cat across the river on the meadows. "I pulled over to take a picture and tried to shout to a dog walker nearby but they couldn’t hear me. “It was prowling along the edge of the long grass then disappeared into the undergrowth. It was absolutely massive though, like nothing I’ve ever seen.” A delivery driver claims he spotted an 'enormous big cat' he believes to be a puma in Chester Chester’s Meadows act as a floodplain for the River Dee and while surrounded by urban developments on three sides, they are contiguous with the fields and farmland south of the city. Last week, CheshireLive reported about the mystery surrounding the death of a number of sheep on a Cheshire farm, with police investigating whether a "larger predator" rather than a dog was behind the attack. Officers from Cheshire Police's Rural Crime Team visited the farm on December 30, and spoke to the farmer, who it is understood told them of past sightings of what looked like a big cat in the area. Six of the livestock had died and four had been seriously injured and had to be put to sleep. But there is reason to believe that officers do not believe that the latest incident was down to a canine, but to a "larger predator". A delivery driver claims he spotted an 'enormous big cat' he believes to be a puma in Chester (Image: Richard Evans/Puma Watch North Wales) In a post on the Cheshire Police Rural Crime Team Facebook page, headed 'Sheep Mystery', an officer wrote: "The area has very little human interaction and at the moment the thought is very much on a larger predator and not as initially thought, a dog attack". The post also added that "on speaking to the farmer they confirmed a sighting some years ago of a very large black cat type animal not a million miles from this location".

. Cheshire Police has not confirmed why, but has not disputed the contents of the officer's post. A spokesman said: "Police received a report at around 3pm on 30 December 2020 that a number of sheep had been killed at a farm in Macclesfield. "Officers initially spoke with the farmer over the phone and later visited the site. "The farmer had found that six sheep had died and that another four had sustained serious injuries. The sheep were later put down due to their injuries. "It is not known what caused the injuries to the sheep and enquiries are ongoing." The CheshireLive newsletter - How and why to subscribe It's more important than ever to keep up to date with the news. We offer a free, daily newsletter service. Each CheshireLive bulletin delivers the latest breaking news, what's on events and the hottest talking points straight to your inbox. For more information about how to subscribe, click here. On Saturday, officers from Cheshire Police's Rural Crime Team said they were investigating a new case of sheep killings, which had "extremely unusual elements". Posting on social media, Cheshire Police's Rural Crime Team said officers attended the scene of a triple sheep killing in Marton, Salterswall in the Winsford district on Friday, January 8. Police believe the attack occurred overnight between 9pm on Thursday, January 7 to 8.30am on Friday, January 8. Officers are appealing for people to come forward with any information regarding the incident and to call via 101 and quote IML-890541 / PC Moss.

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