Appeal to help locate suspected stolen puppy from Nailsworth

Police are appealing for information as a puppy is believed to have been stolen in Nailsworth yesterday, Thursday 8 July.

Officers were called earlier today (Friday) with a report that a five month old beige Brindle Lurcher puppy called Moth had been stolen after escaping from a premises.

The puppy was later seen in the car park of Morrisons on George Street at around 3.30pm yesterday.

Moth belonged to one of the team at Hobbs House Bakery, and the firm has now offered a cash reward for information which leads to his safe return, plus a lifetime supply of Hobbs House Bakery brownies.

CCTV enquiries at the supermarket show that two people in a blue transit van took the dog which was wearing a collar and had his lead attached.

They may know where he now is.

Enquiries are ongoing to identify the transit van and anyone who was in the area yesterday or witnessed this is asked to please get in contact.

Information can be submitted by completing the following online form and quoting incident 150 of 9 July: https://www.gloucestershire.police.uk/tua/tell-us-about/cor/tell-us-about-existing-case-report

Alternatively information can be submitted by calling 101 and quoting the same details.

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