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Do you know these dogs? Police try to reunite dozens of dogs with their owners after raid | UK News

Photos of 48 suspected stolen dogs have been released by police trying to reunite the animals with their owners.

More than 80 dogs of different breeds and ages were seized during an operation carried out by Suffolk officers last month.

Police investigating a series of pet thefts raided a travelers site on the outskirts of Ipswich on March 20.

The force tries to identify the owners of the animals, but he says a lack of identifying features and information about the dogs has meant the process is “difficult.”

And none of the 83 dogs have yet been reunited with their owners.

Anyone who believes that one or more dogs are theirs is asked to email the police with proof of ownership to

They are asked to do so by May 24 – providing a full name, contact details and the image number that relates to the dog (s) in question.

Agents say owners should only make contact through the email address and should not contact the force’s contact and control room on 999 or 101.

Pic: Suffolk Police
The canines were seized after an operation last month. Pic: Suffolk Police

Dogs don’t have microchips or have fleas that appear to be incorrectly registered, but owners can contact the police with more details about the microchip.

Other photos of the dogs that prove ownership, purchase details or records of reporting a dog as lost or stolen to police or charities may also be submitted.

Pic: Suffolk Police
Pic: Suffolk Police

Chief Detective Inspector Nicola Wallace, Senior Investigator, said: “We look forward to hearing from anyone who thinks any of the dogs in the footage may be theirs.

“Over the past few weeks, officers have liaised with other police forces across the country, and conducted a number of other investigations, to determine where the dogs can …

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This notice was published: 2021-04-19 18:17:00