Stolen dog - reward offered
A DISTRESSED Ipswich woman today offered a £150 reward for help in tracing her missing Pekinese dog.The pet was stolen from Deya Carroll's front garden, in Vermont Road, at about 9am yesterday.
A DISTRESSED Ipswich woman today offered a £150 reward for help in tracing her missing Pekinese dog.
The pet was stolen from Deya Carroll's front garden, in Vermont Road, at about 9am yesterday.
Max, who is four-years-old, was enticed into a yellow truck by two men, who then drove off.
Mrs Carroll, who has owned Max since he was a puppy, said: "He's an exceptionally friendly dog, never barks and has never bitten anybody.
"He was just a lovely dog and I miss him a great deal. I'm offering the reward in the hope that someone will come forward."
Max, who is thought to be worth about £400, is described as black with white stripes and big brown eyes. He was wearing a collar with a name and address tag attached to it when he went missing. He is also micro-chipped.
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Anyone with information about the crime is asked to call Suffolk police on 01473 613500.