ALL REUNITED ❤️🐾❤️ Too Hot To Handle:-
UPDATE: Don is back, he was dumped on the motorway by Wolverhampton. Still need to get the rest home
UPDATE 2: All of Juniors stolen dogs have now been recovered. Thankfully. Please continue to share though as these criminals are still unknown
Ok so, last night a friend of mine, Junior Obeng had 6 of his dogs stolen at Gunpoint. In the coloured French Bulldog world, these are some of the most famous stud dogs in the country, particularly Don. Scarface is the first of his kind in the world. So these dogs are totally worthless to anyone else as they would never be able to move them. Anyone who knows their frenchies knows these dogs. The dogs are:
Don- Lilac tan
Brutus – Chocolate tan
Django – Chocolate tan
Scarface – Maskless lilac Merle
Waiting on confirmation of the other two taken but they will either be blue and tan, or Bugsy, his Isabella Lilac stud
Please if anyone hears anything, contact Junior. Picture of the girl that rang the doorbell giving the gunmen access to the house. Share this post. If the people involved see this, then just hand the dogs in to a vet and leave them.
Police have launched an appeal to find six puppies that have been stolen from a house in Rochdale.
Around 9.40pm on Saturday 28 April 2018, police were called to a house on Partington Street to reports that five people had forced their way in and made demands for mobile phones.
Then, the offenders searched part of the house, took six French Bulldog puppies and left.
Fortunately, no-one was hurt during the incident.
Enquiries to find those responsible and the puppies – named Don, Django, Brutus, Scarface, Savage and Queenie – are ongoing.
The descriptions of the dogs are as follows:
• Don is lilac/tan coloured and is eight-months-old
• Django is chocolate/tan coloured and is eight-months-old
• Brutus is chocolate coloured with green eyes and seven-months-old
• Scarface has a white/grey merle coat and six to seven-months-old
• Savage is lilac/tan coloured and two-months-old
• Queenie is grey coloured with short legs and seven-months-old
Detective Sergeant Richard Shelton of GMP’s Rochdale Borough, said: “Although no-one was hurt during the incident, we need to make sure the puppies are safe and returned to their home as soon as possible.
They can very much be members of our families and I can’t imagine the pain of not knowing where they are or when they will be seen again.
“Take time to study the photos we’ve released of the dogs – they are pure pedigree and all under one-year-old.
“I need people to be on alert and call us if they either noticed something unusual last night or if they have been offered one of the puppies.”
Anyone with information should contact police on 0161 856 4810 quoting reference number 2351 of 28/04/18 or the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.