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    voledog wrote:
    Like most stories on this site about people's pets getting stolen the only 'evidence' seem to be the owner's claim that it was stolen. Was the window smashed? The door forced open? Or was the car door left unlocked, someone possibly spotted what they thought was a distressed animal, they opened the door and the poor creature ran off? Who knows. But at least stories about foul play always attract far more web hits than ones about someone just unfortunately losing something.
    I hope they find the dog soon but I'd put money on the fact they're more likely to find it wandering the streets on its own rather than holed up in an arch criminal's lair somewhere.
    Dogs are stolen to be used for bait for fighting or breeding. For gods sake a kid is asking for our help and you post something like this. Lets just help her find it shall we and forget all the nasty comments and bitchy remarks between people who spend far too much time on here comparing votes!!!"
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Beloved pet dog stolen from car at Double Gates Farm in Upton Snodsbury, near Worcester

Beloved pet dog stolen from car near Worcester

Beloved pet dog stolen from car near Worcester

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A DISTRAUGHT teenager has appealed for help after her beloved pet dog was stolen from a car.

Alice, a ten-year-old Parson Jack Russell, was stolen from a white Ford Fiesta parked at Double Gates Farm in Upton Snodsbury, near Worcester, between 3.30pm and 5.30pm on Sunday, December 29.

Her owner, 15-year-old Kayleigh Letherbarrow, said Alice is mostly white with a brown spot on her right ear and the right side of her backside.

She said Alice is very energetic and friendly and is offering a reward to anyone who helps to find her.

Kayleigh has asked for anyone with any information to contact your Worcester News reporter Ian Craig on 01905 742 253 or

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