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Appeal for possible owners to come forward after Quedgeley dog rescue

Officers are appealing for anyone who thinks they may own any of the dogs rescued during a warrant in Quedgeley on Friday (February 12) to come forward as the investigation continues.

Enquiries, including checks on microchips, have been carried out on 15 adult dogs recovered at a location in Naas Lane but no owners have yet been traced.

The breed, sex and colour of each dog is below and if you believe a dog might be yours, please email Neil.Snaith@gloucestershire.pnn.police.uk and Diane.Blandford@gloucestershire.pnn.police.uk. 

Our officers will be looking for proof of ownership so please send as many details as you can about your dog.

Images of the dogs won't be issued at this stage of the investigation.

The 55-year-old man arrested on suspicion of theft in connection with the case has been released under investigation while enquiries continue.

The recovered dogs remain at a secure location.

The dogs police have found include:

• Foxhound - female, ginger and white

• Beagle/Foxhound - female, ginger and white

• Foxhound type - male, tan, white and black

• Foxhound/Beagle - female, ginger and white

• French Bulldog - female, white and black

• French Bulldog - female, brindle and white

• French Bulldog - male, fawn

• Shitzu - female, grey and white

• Shitzu - female, grey and white

• Shitzu - female, grey and white

• Shitzu - female - grey and white

• Jack Russell - female and white

• Cocker Spaniel - female and golden

• Poodle cross/Lurcher - female and cream coloured

• Cocker Spaniel - female and golden

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