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Puppies seized from home in Maidstone

By KentOnline reporter

Police, working together with the RSPCA, have seized a litter of puppies amid concerns for their welfare.

Officers were called to Well Street in Maidstone at around 9.30am today.

They were joined by inspectors from the animal charity.

A general shot of Well Street in Maidstone, where the puppies were seized. Picture Google.

A general shot of Well Street in Maidstone, where the puppies were seized. Picture: Google.

Police said in a tweet they had "seized six puppies and mum as a result of animal welfare concerns."

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