Mastiff goes missing from Fenland home - but owner receives call asking for reward

PUBLISHED: 14:13 17 September 2009 | UPDATED: 09:16 02 June 2010

The Mastiff is believed to have gone missing last Wednesday.

The Mastiff is believed to have gone missing last Wednesday.

A MASTIFF dog is believed to have escaped from the garden of his Fenland home last Wednesday – and has not been seen since. But Chris Wright, of Leverington, said he s had a phone call asking for reward money. Chris mum Rosie Mitchell, of Wisbech, said:

A MASTIFF dog is believed to have escaped from the garden of his Fenland home last Wednesday - and has not been seen since.

But Chris Wright, of Leverington, said he's had a phone call asking for reward money.

Chris' mum Rosie Mitchell, of Wisbech, said: "It suggests the dog was found and kept or picked up."

The 15-month-old Mastiff is sandy in colour, well kept with chocolate face and ears. He has a white patch on chest and distinguishing moles on the left side of face.

It is believed he escaped from the garden at about 7pm.

CONTACT: Chris on 07596 055854.


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