Three-year-old Romanian rescue dog Auburn has escaped from her Mundesley home - have you seen her?
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A three-year-old rescue dog from Romania has escaped from her new home just outside Mundesley.
She has been spotted roaming around the Mundesley area, and her new owners are desperate to have her home.
Little Auburn arrived at her new home in Paston, near Mundesley windmill, on Saturday, after being rescued from a shelter in Romania.
Her new owners Jill and Ian Gillam picked her up on Saturday where she was being kept in Chelmsford, and brought her home.
But on Sunday, the golden retriever escaped through a fence and ran off, and has been roaming around the Mundesley area ever since.
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Mr and Mrs Gillam's daughter Emma Hume said the family were going to set humane traps to try and catch her.
'As a family we are really upset,' said Ms Hume. 'It is very frustrating because we know where she is and we have seen her.'
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Ms Hume said Auburn, who was living in a public shelter in Romania, was frighten of people, and warned anyone who sighted her not to approach.
She said: 'If she gets scared she may never come back.'
She asked for people who spotted Auburn to get in contact to let the family know where she was seen.
Once they have an idea of the route she is taking, humane traps can be set.
The family have been leaving out food for Auburn.
If you spot Auburn, call or text Mrs Hume on 07876633643