Stolen dog found roaming alone in park 65 miles from home

Dora the pug has been returned home safely

A stolen dog has been returned to its owners after being found roaming alone in a park 65 miles from home.

She had been taken by a masked thief on February 24 when her owner, a 72-year-old women, was walking her near her home in Lydd, Kent.

A man approached her and Dora the pug and started to talk to her. He then detached the lead and ran off with the dog.

Eleven days later, on March 7, a member of public found the dog alone in a park and took her to Bexleyheath Police station.

Officers took the dog to a local vets to be checked over and scanned for any details.

The scans showed that the dog was indeed Dora the pug who was stolen back in Kent.

The next day, officers contacted the owner and were able to return Dora the pug to her rightful owners.

Sadly, the owner has now informed us that her other dog, is now reported to be missing in the Kent area.

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