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Puppy Stolen In Weymouth

puppy theft

(Updated 7:05am 18th November 2014)


3:34pm 17th November 2014

A six month old puppy has been stolen in Weymouth by callous thieves from outside the owner's home on Wyke Road.

Tilly the Staffordshire Bull Terrier was taken around 8:15am on 30th October and her family is desperately missing her.

She has a white face, a distinctive black ear, dark spots on her back and a black patch on her tail.

Police Constable Jim Robinson, of Weymouth police, said: "I am appealing for witnesses and anyone with information as to where Tilly may be to contact me in confidence.

"As part of my investigations, I am now able to release a CCTV image of the suspect with Tilly in Weymouth town centre. I would urge anyone who recognises this man to make contact with Dorset Police."

The offender is described as white, of slim build and was wearing a black woollen hat, a grey hooded top and a dark jacket.

Puppy Theft Weymouth

Witnesses and anyone with information should call Dorset Police in confidence on 101, quoting crime number C:14:D:45581.



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