Dog stolen from farm
TWO MEN stole a Cocker Spaniel dog from a farm in Surrey in broad daylight, according to police. The black and white dog called Elsa was taken from an address in Chiddingfold, near Haslemere, Surrey on the afternoon of Monday May 26th.
Officers said the thieves visited the farm in the morning and then returned in a green Subaru Legacy estate car at about 4.00 pm when they stole the dog.
The men were said to be white and in their 20s. One had mousey hair and a beard. The other had black hair that was short on top and long at the back.
The first men was wearing a light blue, woollen golfing style jumper with a black and white pattern across the chest, and blue jeans. The second suspect was wearing a blue, long-sleeved top and jeans. Surrey Police have asked anyone with information to contact them.