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Police appeal over dachshund puppy stolen from Green Lane, Alkham

By KentOnline reporter

Thieves stole a months-old puppy when they broke into a man's home in Dover.

Police were called to Green Lane, Alkham on Thursday, May 24 after an elderly man returned home to find that his house had been broken into.

The victim found that his dachshund puppy, who is male and around four months old, was missing.

The puppy that is believed to have been stolen. Credit: Kent Police (2454493)
The puppy that is believed to have been stolen. Credit: Kent Police (2454493)

Anyone who believes they may have seen the puppy, or have had it offered to them for sale, is asked to call police on 01843 222289, quoting ZY/29685/18.

Alternatively contact Kent #Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.

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