Invetsigation after cat snatched
SUFFOLK police are launching an investigation following reports that an 88-year-old lady had her pedigree Burmese cat stolen on Saturday. Two women knocked on the door of the elderly lady from her home on Wrights Way, Woolpit between 1pm and 5pm.
SUFFOLK police are launching an investigation following reports that an 88-year-old woman had her pedigree Burmese cat stolen.
Two women knocked on the door of the elderly resident at her home on Wrights Way, Woolpit between 1pm and 5pm on Saturday, August 10.
She invited the two women in and they enquired how much she would sell her cat for.
She stated that her cat, called Spice, was not for sale and left the room. When she returned she found that the two women and her five-year-old chocolate brown Burmese cat had gone.
The women are described as white and between 30 and 40 years of age.
Pc Sandra Wiggins from Suffolk Police said: "This has been a very distressing time for the lady in question. Spice was a present from her daughter who bought it for her after her previous cat died of cancer. She is particularly concerned as Spice is primarily a housecat and only goes outdoors with her owner.
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"I would like to talk with anyone who has any information relating to this incident, especially anyone who noticed anyone acting suspiciously in the area at the time the offence took place or if they have been offered to purchase a cat matching the description of Spice."
Pc Wiggins can be contacted on 01284 774100.