Search continues for three dogs stolen from East Knoyle

Search continues for three dogs stolen from East Knoyle

Published by Faye Tryhorn at 5:50am 22nd January 2020.

2 minute read

The spaniels and a Patterdale terrier cross were taken on Christmas Eve during a burglary there.

A farm in East Knoyle was targeted at some point between 7.30pm on December 23rd and 6.00am on the 24th.

Four dogs were stolen when thieves broke into the kennels there.

Patterdale terrier Norma, Cocker Spaniel puppy Millie, and Springer Spaniel Bailey remain missing.

Thankfully Sprocker Holly has been reunited with her owners.

HAVE YOU SEEN THE DOGS FOR SALE? 

Wiltshire Police is asking anyone who might know where the pets might be to get in touch with them.

They've asked people to particular look out for any posts on dog selling websites.

If you can help with information, you can contact officers on 101, quoting crime reference number 54190126906.

OTHER ITEMS TAKEN

During the same incident, a gate to the farm yard was also broken into, with thieves going into a stable there.

From inside, Christmas presents were stolen, along with £200 worth of horse food and some vehicle batteries.

If you can help with details about those thefts, you're asked to call 101, quoting crime reference number 54190126909.

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