Jack Russell pups snatched from farm

Two Jack Russell puppies were stolen in a farm burglary in Birstall.
Two Jack Russell puppies were stolen in a farm burglary in Birstall.
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Thieves snatched two Jack Russell puppies from a farm during a burglary.

The dogs were stolen from the Birstall farm on the evening of February 25, along with three chainsaws, a saw and two drills.

The pups were just 10 weeks-old at the time of the offence and would now be 12-and- a-half weeks old.

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

One of the dogs is female and described as white with tan patches on both ears. The other is male with white with tan patches and a three inch “docked” tail with two black spots on it.

PC Lucy Ramsden, from the Batley and 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.

“Anyone with information is asked to call the Batley and Spen Neighbourhood Policing Team on 101.”