Can you help trace the owners of stray dog?
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An appeal has gone out to trace the owners of a stray dog, who was found wandering the streets.
The East Suffolk lost and stray dogs team is keen to reunite a stray dog with her owner after she was found in Lowestoft.
The white, brown and black terrier/whippet cross dog was found in Lowestoft on Thursday morning, January 9.
Appealing for help, they have posted an appeal for information on Facebook.
It said: "We have received a report for a stray white, brown and black terrier/whippet cross found near the Camp Road/Raglan Street area of Lowestoft.
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"She is not wearing a collar, however she is chipped but the contact details are not up to date.
"If you know who she could belong to, please call 03330 162 000."
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Alternatively you can message the team via their East Suffolk - lost and stray dogs Facebook page.