Three puppies stolen from Limehouse flat

PUBLISHED: 11:46 30 June 2014

Police are investigating the theft of three puppies

Police are investigating the theft of three puppies


Did you witness the theft of three puppies from a flat in Limehouse?

The three Staffordshire Bull Terriers were all just five weeks old when they were taken from a flat in Ratcliffe House, Salmon Lane on Wednesday, June 25.

Nothing else was stolen during the burglary, which took place between 8.30am and 7pm.

The male is described as having a black coat with white feet, while the two females are brindle coloured with white on their necks, chests and feet.

Anyone who has been offered a puppy for sale or has information relating to the theft should contact Det Sgt Scott Pounder on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously quoting reference 5215751/14.

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