Puppy may have been stolen
AN 11-week old puppy may have been stolen from a home in Bungay.The puppy, which is described as tan in colour with a white chest and similar to a Bull Mastiff, went missing from a home in Albion Road around 7pm to 7.
AN 11-week old puppy may have been stolen from a home in Bungay.
The puppy, which is described as tan in colour with a white chest and similar to a Bull Mastiff, went missing from a home in Albion Road around 7pm to 7.30pm yesterday.
At this stage the disappearance is being treated as a possible theft and police are keen to trace two men, described as white, over 6ft tall, and of large build.
One is described as having a thick neck and chubby face with short dark hair, and was wearing a blue sweater with white writing on the front and a scarf.
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The other had blond collar length hair wearing a black trench coat, black trousers and dark shoes.
The two men visited the house at the time.
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Anyone with information about who they were or where the dog is now should call PC 878 Thomas at Bungay on 01986 835300.