German Shepherd puppies stolen
A LARGE reward has been offered for two German Shepherd puppies who were stolen in broad daylight from the home of their breeder in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, just over a week ago.
The theft took place at around 4pm on Tuesday February 5th. The puppies, aged six months, are brother and sister and were playing in a field adjoining Iolanda Kennels in Cromwell Road Wisbech. An eye witness saw the puppies being carried over a fence by two white men in their 30s. The puppies were carried into a Silver Ford Vectra (or possibly a Fiesta) registration number KU02 CWE. The car was driven off by a third man.
The theft was captured on CCTV from a store opposite the Kennels and the eyewitness would be able to identify these men.
Both puppies are microchipped. The dog’s name is Robby and the bitch’s name is Inte.
There is a reward for the safe return of the puppies and any information would be gratefully received.
The puppies’ breeder Tina Jeremy, who shows under the Iolanda affix told OUR DOGS that she would just be pleased to get the puppies back safely. ‘It’s devastating,’ said Tina. ‘I can hardly sleep for worrying about the puppies, I keep hoping that they’ll come back safe and well. It’s not even that they are pedigree dogs, or from good breeding, they are just delightful little dogs and I miss them terribly.’
* If anyone has any information regarding the car or seeing one or both of these puppies please contact the Police at Wisbech on 0845 456 4564 or the owner Tina Jeremy on 01945 584145