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Teenagers sought as bulldog pups stolen in Wolverhampton

The French white bulldog pups Image copyright West Midlands Police handout
Image caption Anyone who is offered a bulldog pup for sale should contact West Midlands Police

Two seven-week old French white bulldogs have been stolen from their home, by two teenagers who were seen running off with them.

The pups were taken at around lunchtime on Friday from a house in Beccles Drive, Portobello, Wolverhampton, while their owners were out.

West Midlands Police said the teenagers were seen at the back of the house and later on Caister Drive with the dogs.

The dogs are too young to have been taken from their mother, police said.

Det Sgt Nicki Addison said the family are distressed at the loss of two of the litter and that anyone who is offered a pup for sale should contact them.

"Equally we would like to hear from anyone who has information about the young men responsible for taking them," she said.

The two offenders are described as white teenagers. One was wearing a black jacket, blue jeans and a black beanie hat.

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