Puppy stolen from family's front garden in Wallington

This Is Local London: Bailey was stolen and may have been spotted in Roundshaw Bailey was stolen and may have been spotted in Roundshaw

A puppy is believed to have been stolen from a garden in Wallington.

Bailey, a 12-week-old dogue de Bordeaux, was taken from a garden near Beddington Park on Sunday.

Bailey is tan-coloured and about the size of a Staffordshire bull terrier.

Georgina Driscoll said she heard he had been spotted in Roundshaw and added: "We just pray someone finds him.

"We are out looking around and just can't see anything. We miss him so much and really want him home."

The suspected theft has been reported to police. If you have any information, you can call police on 101 or the charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

Call the owners on 07712 691100 or 07984 573392, who are offering a reward of £100 for his safe return.

 

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1:56pm Wed 11 Dec 13

VPulham says...

Please note there is a £500 reward on his return! Please help us find him.
He has been linked to the Roundshaw & Butter Hill area, any info please come forward.
Please note there is a £500 reward on his return! Please help us find him. He has been linked to the Roundshaw & Butter Hill area, any info please come forward. VPulham

5:58pm Wed 11 Dec 13

AlexTB says...

I take it the puppy was in the front garden unsupervised if it was possibly stolen, so no-one saw it happen.

Could it have escaped, rather than got stolen?

Why was the puppy left unsupervised in the front garden?

I do however, hope that the dog is returned swiftly to you.
I take it the puppy was in the front garden unsupervised if it was possibly stolen, so no-one saw it happen. Could it have escaped, rather than got stolen? Why was the puppy left unsupervised in the front garden? I do however, hope that the dog is returned swiftly to you. AlexTB

9:56am Fri 13 Dec 13

Niki R says...

As someone who loves their own pooch very much, I can't imagine the heartache this is causing. I really hope you are reunited soon, and that all eagle eyed residents keep a watch for Bailey.
As someone who loves their own pooch very much, I can't imagine the heartache this is causing. I really hope you are reunited soon, and that all eagle eyed residents keep a watch for Bailey. Niki R

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