Can you help these dogs get home?
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Police are appealing for help to reunite two dogs with their owners.
The dogs were taken into police custody during an operation in the South Norfolk and Norwich area on Tuesday, December, 19, 2017.
Despite efforts and an appeal on social media, the police have been unable to find the owners of the dogs.
Officers are keen to trace the owners so that they can be reunited with their dogs otherwise the animals will have to be rehomed.
If you believe you are the owner of the dogs, please contact Norfolk Constabulary on 101.
Some form of identification or proof of ownership of the dogs will be required.
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Due to the demand on the police 101 number, police are requesting that people only call if they are the owners of the dog.