Four dogs, including a pregnant Terrier, are stolen from Norwich home

Police have raised concerns about Wisbech Off-Licence.

Police have raised concerns about Wisbech Off-Licence.

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Four dogs have been stolen from a home in Costessey, in the west of Norwich.

They were taken from Lodge Farm, in Dereham Road, between 1pm on Friday, January 4 and 10.30am on Saturday, January 5.

Access was gained to a large brick outbuilding by forcing a padlock and kicking a wall to gain access to dog runs. Wire mesh was cut and the four dogs were then stolen from inside.

The dogs stolen were a black male Laparatsu, described as having a white chest, three white feet and one black foot; a tan coloured male Norwich Terrier; a Terrier cross female, with pups, described as having two black ears and a black right eye; and one pure black female Shar Pei.

Anyone with information should contact PC Tim Peel at Wymondham Police Station on 101 or call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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