Delighted family reunited with beloved stolen Labradors
A family are overjoyed to be reunited with their two stolen labradors after they were taken during a shopping trip on Saturday, March 27.
Charlotte and Dale Robson were left heartbroken after their beloved pets, Denzel and Welly were snatched from outside a Marks & Spencer in Nantwich, Cheshire.
CCTV footage shared on social media showed the moment the beloved dogs were taken by two men who then fled from the city centre.
However, police managed to track down the dog-nappers to a property in Stoke-on-Trent, where they found the pooches.
The Robsons posted photos on social media of the joyous moment they were reunited with their fur-babies after three miserable days apart.
Charlotte wrote: "We are absolutely lost for words at the power of social media and the incredible work of Cheshire Police…. our boys are home!!!!
"This feeling is like no other and we will be doing everything in our power to make sure dogs are safe going forward.
"Thank you to each and every one of you who has shared, messaged, been out there, offered help and anything and everything in between!!!"
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Police confirmed today (March 30) that three people found at the address in Stoke have been arrested on suspicion of theft.
In a statement, Nantwich Police added: "We are delighted to say that we have recovered the two dogs that were stolen from outside a Marks & Spencer store in Nantwich on Saturday.
"The Labradors were found at an address in Stoke-on-Trent this morning. As you can see from the photograph, they have been returned to their hugely relieved owners.
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"Three people who were at the address in Stoke – a 37-year-old man, a 28-year-old woman and a 15-year-old boy – have all been arrested on suspicion of theft in relation to the incident.
"They are all in custody being questioned as part of our ongoing investigation into the dog thefts."
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