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UPDATE: one found! English Springer Spaniel Puppies stolen from Legume, NSW/Qld border


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It is a frightening thought that it could happen to any of us!

Hope they are found soon and those responsible brought to justice.

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  • Boronia changed the title to UPDATE: one found! English Springer Spaniel Puppies stolen from Legume, NSW/Qld border
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https://mypolice.qld.gov.au/logan/2021/04/23/dog-of-a-day-beenleigh-police-assist-to-reunite-stolen-pup-with-rightful-owners/

  Dog of a day! Beenleigh Police assist to reunite stolen pup with rightful owners

 

 

On April 21, police from Beenleigh Police Station were called to assist to reunite an eight-week-old Springer Spaniel puppy with his family from Stanthorpe.

 

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This little guy got to be a police puppy for a day!

The puppy was allegedly stolen from his home, along with three of his sisters on April 17.

The pup was located by a member of the public at The Spit on the Gold Coast, who reached out to police to assist in reuniting him with his family.

 

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All ears for snuggles

While waiting for the owners to make the long trip to the police station, the puppy was given the full police experience!

He was a polite house guest and made a lot of friends at the station.

 

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    Paw-trolling the beat
     
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    Making himself at home

The pup and the family were happy to be reunited and are now eagerly awaiting the return of the three sisters from the same litter.

 

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Ready to spring home with his family

Police are now appealing to the public for any further information on the whereabouts of the remaining three female puppies, believed to be somewhere between the Gold Coast and the Northside of Brisbane.

If you have information for police, contact Policelink by providing information using the online suspicious activity form 24hrs per day at www.police.qld.gov.au/reporting.

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