Land Rover containing two puppies while the owner was attending a funeral in Bromsgrove.
It happened outside St Peter’s RC Church in Rock Hill between 12.30pm and 1.45pm yesterday. Thursday 6 January.
The Land Rover Discovery, registration 888 DAX, is described as RAF blue with a metallic hint, and was worth £12,000. It is a diesel and is about four years old. The previous registration, WV56 KPD, was etched on the windows. It has a tow hook on the back.
It contained two miniature daschund puppies. The puppies are seven months old. One is a red smooth haired daschund, called Jack, and the other is a brindle colour, wire haired and called Otto. Both have been micro chipped.
The rear of Land Rover has darkened windows.
The owner is offering a £500 reward for the arrest and conviction of the offenders and the safe return of the puppies.
Also taken was a riding hat worth £120 and riding boots worth £200, a full length mink coat worth £2,500, a Mulberry handbag worth £550, a Louis Vuitton purse worth £300, bank cards, a pair of glasses worth £560 and a pair of Christian Dior sunglasses worth £250.
|Police Incident Number||311-s-060111|
|Police Force||West Mercia Constabulary 0300 333 3000|
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