Eight puppies stolen from Gorefield after locked pen broken into overnight

PUBLISHED: 13:01 26 January 2018 | UPDATED: 13:01 26 January 2018

Have you seen these Staffordshire/Jack Russell cross puppies - they are believed to have been stolen from their pen at a house in Churchill Street, Gorefield last night.

Have you seen these Staffordshire/Jack Russell cross puppies - they are believed to have been stolen from their pen at a house in Churchill Street, Gorefield last night.

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A Gorefield woman’s social media plea to find her eight stolen puppies that were stolen overnight has been shared almost 500 times in just 10 hours.

Eight puppies stolen from pen in Gorefield overnight. Suzi Hinton noticed the pen had been broken into late last night.Eight puppies stolen from pen in Gorefield overnight. Suzi Hinton noticed the pen had been broken into late last night.

Having been out for the evening owner Suzi Hinton, of Churchill Road, went to check on the locked pen where the Staffordshire/Jack Russell cross puppies are kept at around midnight but noticed it had been broken into.

Miss Hinton, who has had the puppies since they were born, said: “They broke the lock off the door of the pen where the puppies are kept. The door was open and all ruined when I looked late last night. It was deliberate.”

She added: “It would mean the absolute world to me to get them back. They mean so much to me and I’m worried sick about them.”

Eight puppies stolen from pen in Gorefield overnight. Suzi Hinton noticed the pen had been broken into late last night.Eight puppies stolen from pen in Gorefield overnight. Suzi Hinton noticed the pen had been broken into late last night.

The post has been shared 474 times within 10 hours and Suzi is offering a reward for information.

Anyone with information they should call Suzi on 07545 933146.

A police spokesman said: “The door of the back garden pen had been forced open and the litter of eight Jack Russell/Staffy puppies were gone. They are believed to have been stolen.”


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