Puppy Stolen In A Robbery At A Property In Stretford

A puppy dog named as Bobbie has been stolen and other belongings from an address in the Stretford area on March 28 around 2.30am.



The dog is a Maltese cross with Shih Tzu breed and is only five months old, gladly the dog has been chipped and the chipping company are aware the dog has been stolen and will show up if the dog is ever taken to a vet, the dog also had on a pink and Silver collar on.

The family is very worried about Bobbie more so the children who are missing him.

A laptop, a tablet and jewellery were stolen during the burglary at the property on Hancock Street.

Owner of the property Melissa Briscoe said: “I woke up to a scratching noise at about 2.30am, but I thought it was just my cats.

“When I went downstairs in the morning, my home was completely ransacked, our things were thrown everywhere and my children’s uniforms were trampled on the floor, then I realised Bobby’s puppy crate was empty.

!I have three young children and they are absolutely heartbroken, they just keep asking me when he is coming home.”

Constable Lucy NIcholas of GMP’s Trafford borough said: “This burglary goes beyond material items, to steal a much-loved family pet is heartless.

“Bobby’s owner and her children are understandably distraught, so we need the publics help to reunite Bobby with his family.

“If you saw anything suspicious in the area at this time or have been offered a puppy of this description for sale in Greater Manchester, then I urge you to get in touch as soon as you can.”



If you have any information please contact police on 101 quoting ref number 0338 of 28/03/17 or anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.





Categories: Crime, Stretford

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