Dog thieves target Orby home for second time in weeks

Thieves have stolen dogs from a property in Lincolnshire for the second time in a matter of weeks.

Police said three dogs were stolen from kennels at the house in Orby on the 6 January. It follows an earlier theft of seven lurcher puppies in December.

During the latest theft, bags of dog food, a hedge trimmer and a generator were also taken.

The owner is offering a £500 reward to anyone with information leading to the return of the animals.

The dogs taken are described as a male fawn coloured lurcher cross with long ears, a Jack Russell cross bitch and a 12-week-old lurcher.

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