Police appeal after two puppies stolen from Farnham home last weekend

By Daniel Gee   |   Head of Content   |
Thursday 23rd June 2022 2:25 pm
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Two cocker spaniel puppies were stolen from an address in Farnham on Sunday, June 19
Two cocker spaniel puppies were stolen from an address in Farnham on Sunday, June 19 (Surrey Police )

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Two puppies were stolen from a home in Farnham last weekend, with police linking the dog-knapping to a similar incident in Sunbury-on-Thames.

Police say the pair of cocker spaniel puppies were stolen from an address in Farnham on Sunday, June 19, while a chihuahua puppy was stolen from an address in Sunbury-on-Thames on Saturday, June 18.

The chihuahua has been recovered and two suspects arrested, but the cocker spaniels are yet to be found.

It is believed the suspects feigned interested in buying the dogs, before fleeing the scene with them.

The stolen chihuahua puppy was recovered on Tuesday, June 21
The stolen chihuahua puppy was recovered on Tuesday, June 21 (Surrey Police ) (Surrey Police)

A Surrey Police spokesman said: “Officers have been investigating extensively and yesterday successfully recovered the stolen chihuahua puppy. A 39-year-old woman and a 17-year-old boy from Reading have been arrested in connection to the thefts.

“Sadly, the two cocker spaniel puppies have not yet been located so we are now sharing their photos. If you have seen them, know where they are, or have any information, please contact us quoting PR/45220065005.

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