Halkidiki brothers accused of stealing dozens of sheep and goats


Two young brothers in Halkidiki, northern Greece, are facing charges of rustling livestock from other farmers.

The two livestock breeders allegedly stole 329 sheep and goats, as well as two cows, worth an estimated 50,000 euros from farmers in the area.

The two suspects, aged 19 and 22, are alleged to have sold the two cows to a 36-year-old, who was also arrested.