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Can You Help Reunite These Dogs With Their Owner?

Published on: 1 Dec, 2023
Updated on: 1 Dec, 2023

Do you recognise these dogs?

Surrey Police are appealing for the public’s help to find three working cocker spaniels who were stolen from an address in Ripley overnight.

The suspect(s) climbed over a garden fence and cut through metal wire into the external kennels where the spaniels were housed between 7pm on Wednesday (November 29) and 7am Thursday (November 30).

Three cocker spaniels were stolen, one eight-year-old bitch and two dogs, aged one and four.

The missing cocker spaniels are all microchipped and are working dogs. They are described as black with each having distinguishable white features. (Please see the image above.)

A police spokesperson said: “The spaniels’ owners have been left very upset by their disappearance overnight and would appreciate any help from members of the public who could assist with their safe return.

“Were you in the Ripley area between the above dates and times? Do you have CCTV, dashcam or helmet cam footage that might have captured anything suspicious? Have you been offered these cocker spaniels for sale recently or know anything about where they might be or who might have taken them?

“If you have any information that can help us reunite these much-loved dogs with their rightful owners, please get in touch quoting PR/45230135983 via:

“If you do not want to speak to police you can call independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”

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