A Saluki dog, five ferrets and more than fifty canaries were stolen in a burglary in Woking.

The dog is a distinctive smooth haired Saluki of white and red colouring.

Three albino female ferrets, one male and one female cream and dark brown ferrets were also taken.

30+ yellow songbird canaries were also stolen.

The pedigree dog is micro chipped and is valued at £1,500. The birds are each tagged with a ring on an ankle displaying an identification number. They are valued at £1,500.

Detective Constable Clare Nettleton investigating said: “The owner is extremely upset at the loss of these animals and I am appealing for anyone who knows the whereabouts of any of them to contact officers. Maybe you have been offered one or all of these animals for sale or have noticed them on sale in unusual circumstances?

Anyone with information which might help locate the animals and bring the offenders to justice is asked to call Surrey Police on 101 quoting reference WK/13/5745. Alternatively the independent charity Crimestoppers can be contacted anonymously on 0800 555 111..ARhqOMES.dpuf

Additional Info

Police Incident NumberWK/13/5745.
Police ForceSurrey Police 01483 571212