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Dog stolen from home in Berkhamsted

Alfie

Published by Charlotte Fisher at 5:20pm 17th May 2018. (Updated at 5:26pm 17th May 2018)

A dog has been stolen from his owners in Berkhamsted. 

Hertfordshire police have now released a photo of Alfie to try and reunite him with his family. 

At around 3.30pm on May 8th the Jack Russell was taken from a home in Rossway, along with three chickens:

He was seen being carried into a white Ford tipper van, with a possible registration plate of FV15 XAZ.

Offenders described as three white men

  • One of the men is of a large build and was wearing a white t-shirt.
  • A second man is described as being of a large build, with short, dark shaven hair that is slightly balding. He is described as being around 38 to 42 years old and was wearing dark trousers, and a long sleeved thin, navy jumper with red font on the back.
  • The third man is described as around 25 years old, tall, and of a slim build. He was wearing a red t-shirt that had a logo, khaki shorts and sports trainers with white socks.

PCSO Lauren Jackson, who is investigating, said:

“Alfie’s owners are desperate to get him back. They are distraught by what has happened.

“If you saw the incident, or have any other information about what happened, please get in touch with me.

“Alfie is white with brown and black markings – if you think you’ve seen him, or been offered him for sale, I would also like to hear from you.

“Any information, no matter how small it may seem, could help us reunite Alfie with his family who miss him so dearly.”

Anyone with information should contact PCSO Jackson on lauren.jackson@herts.pnn.police.uk or the non-emergency number 101, quoting crime reference D2/18/478.

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