Puppies stolen in burglary at farm on outskirts of Leeds

A picture of the stolen puppies

A picture of the stolen puppies

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These puppies were stolen during a break-in at a farm on the outskirts of Leeds.

The two 10-week-old Jack Russells were taken along with power tools from the property in Birstall on February 25.

Police have released the picture as part of an appeal for information.

The dogs – one male and one female – are white with tan patches on both ears.

The male has a three inch ‘docked’ tail with two black spots on it.

Three chainsaws, a saw and two drills were also taken.

PC Lucy Ramsden, from the Batley & Spen Neighbourhood Policing Team, said: “We are keen to hear from anyone who has been offered dogs matching these descriptions for sale.

“If anyone has been offered tools for sale in suspicious circumstances then we are also keen to hear from you.”

Call the Batley and Spen Neighbourhood Policing Team on 101.

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