Stolen dogs reunited with owner but hunt continues for missing puppy
- Credit: Norfolk Constabulary
Police have successfully reunited three stolen dogs with their owner, but the hunt continues for a missing puppy.
The spaniels were stolen last weekend, along with a puppy, from their elderly owner in Terrington St Clement. The nine-month-old puppy was not found by police when they recovered the dogs.
King's Lynn police said on Twitter: "Great news our colleagues in Lincolnshire have found three dogs that were stolen from Terrington. One very happy owner!"
Dog theft has been on the rise in East Anglia with a report showing that more than 50 dogs have been stolen in Norfolk and Suffolk between 2017 and 2018.
Enquiries to trace the puppy, which remains missing, are still ongoing.
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Anyone who suspects that their dog has been stolen or lost is urged by police to contact their local council.
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