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Six puppies die after being stolen in armed robbery

This afternoon (Friday 26 October 2018) two puppies who were part of a litter of eight stolen in an armed robbery in Stretford have been reunited with their mother.

The pure breed French Bulldogs were taken at around 9.50pm on Tuesday 23 October when they were just one day old after armed thieves forced their way into a home on Alpha Road.

A spokesman for GMP said: “Unfortunately, the rest of the litter have died.”

Enquiries to trace two men police want to speak to in connection with the incident are ongoing and anyone with information is encouraged to come forward.

Information can be passed onto detectives by calling 0161 856 7747 quoting reference number 2218 of 24/10/18 or the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.

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