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  • "When will people take notice that dogs should not be left in cars, tied up outside supermarkets, tied to seats in the High Street and so on. Dogs are being stolen all around the UK to be used as bait for low lives and their fighting dogs. The parent/s not the 10 year old girl, left her pet alone in a car when newspapers are full of stories of dogs being stolen. You would not leave your precious diamond necklace in the back of a car, or hanging on a sign outside the supermarket. So somebody please tell me why they would leave their much loved pet alone to be stolen. This keeps on happening and it's the dog I feel sorry for."
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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 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 ian.craig@worcesternews.co.uk

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