Dognapping on Cherry Crescent

Owners plead for return of missing Molly

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Police are treating the disappearance of a local dog as theft. Molly, a Yorkshire terrier type mix was last seen on Saturday October 30th.

She followed some children out of the family home in Cherry Crescent when they went out to play and got lost. She was found by a boy who tried to locate the owner. He was approached by two blonde women who falsely claimed to own the dog.

Molly is described as looking a bit like a lion from the front and her silver grey coat makes her look older from the rear even though she is only 4 years old.

Police believe that the dog is still in the area. They recommend that owners 'chip' their dogs and keep a photo to aid identification. Thefts of dogs tend to increase sharply before Christmas particularly of pedigree breeds.

If you have information on Molly's whereabouts call the Brentford sector office on Brentford Sector 020 8247 5986.

November 9, 2004