Adverts: 0161 709 4576 - Editorial: 0161 709 4571
Mail Order: 0161 709 4578 - Subs: 0161 709 4575 - Webteam: 0161 709 4567
Terriers feared stolen from boarding kennels

FOUR PEDIGREE terriers are feared to have been stolen after disappearing from a Suffolk boarding kennels last Sunday.

It is feared that the dogs were, like so many others in recent months, 'stolen to order' by an organised dog theft crime ring operating across the UK.

The dogs were a Welsh Terrier bitch, aged nine years, a Welsh Terrier dog aged two years and a Wire Fox Terrier bitch, aged six, all belonging to Mrs M Dewyrall of the Altawyre affix, whilst the fourth dog, a Fell Terrier belonged to Peter and Val Gresty.

The dogs disappeared from Rushmere Boarding Kennels, Blowers Lane, Rushmere, Suffolk in the early hours of Sunday, December 9th. No other dogs were taken, the alleged thieves seemingly concentrating solely on the Terriers.

A reward is offered for the safe return of the dogs. If anyone has any information which will lead to the safe return of the dogs, please contact PC Durtill at Lowestoft Police on: 01986 835300 or alternatively contact David Dewyrall on: 01502 531728.