Four dogs stolen from a field in Syde were snatched while their owners were at work
FOUR much-loved family dogs were snatched from their home in broad daylight while their owners were at work.
Two cocker spaniels, Azzy and Jack and two springer spaniels Lulu and Bracken were last seen in the field of a farm in Syde at around 12.30pm on Tuesday, September 3.
They were housed in a cage in the field while their owners were at work but offenders entered the field between 12.30-5pm, opened the cage and stole them.
Owner Jess Ward said: "I had been at work all day and when I got back at 5pm they were gone. I thought they might be with my boyfriend, Tim but he said he had last seen them at lunchtime. I just cried and cried when I realised they were gone.
"Every day revolved around the dogs. They weren't just working dogs, they were also pets.
"I just can't believe someone could steal them, and in broad daylight too. It's not uncommon for working dogs to be stolen and sometimes they are taken to breeders."
Azzy is a seven month old female cocker spaniel, described as brown with white markings on her chest. Jack is a one year old male cocker spaniel coloured black and white. Lulu is a 7-year-old female English Springer Spaniel, described as brown with a white face and Bracken is also an English Springer Spaniel, aged five and male with brown colouring and a white face.
Anyone who believes that they may have seen Azzy, Jack, Lulu or Bracken is asked to call Gloucestershire Police on 101 quoting incident number 349 of September 3.
Comments are closed on this article.