Good News! Two Jack Russell pups reported stolen from Bretton on Sunday have been recovered
Two six month old Jack Russell pups reported stolen from the Bretton on Sunday have been found ‘safe and well.’
The two dogs were recovered from the Cheshire area police have said, but they are unable to give any more details.
North Wales Police Rural Crime team tweeted an update this morning, they said:
“Good news! The 2 Jack Russell pups have been recovered safe and well that we reported stolen yesterday.”
“As this enquiry is just on the Cheshire area, we are unable to comment further.”
Police said criminals are seeing dog theft as “easy money” following a number of theft in the region.
“Criminals are seeing dog theft as easy money now and they really don’t care about the devastation they cause to the families.”
On Monday, officers issued an appeal for help locating two cocker spaniels stolen from a property in Higher Kinnerton.
Better photo of stolen male cocker spaniel “Spring” from Higher Kinnerton. Very distinctive.
Just had reports of 2 Jack Russells stolen last night from Bretton…
This is a disgraceful crime. The dogs are family members..
Please post and share…we really need your help pic.twitter.com/QHeQaapsYq
— NWP Rural Crime Team /Tîm Troseddau Cefn Gwlad HGC (@NWPRuralCrime) March 1, 2021
Suzie, a liver and tan, small working type cocker spaniel and Spring, a larger male cocker spaniel with black facial markings, were both taken on Friday.
In today’s update police said, “sadly despite extensive enquiries yesterday the 2 cocker spaniels are yet to be found.”
If you have any information regarding the theft in Higher Kinnerton, contact police via 101, or the live webchat at https://www.northwales.police.uk/police-forces/north-wales-police/areas/live-chat/
You can also pass information anonymously via the independent charity Crimestoppers, on 0800 555 111 or via their online form at: https://crimestoppers-uk.org/give-information/give-information
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