Have you seen Laylee? Appeal after dog is stolen from Tunbridge Wells home

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By kentsussex | Tuesday, January 29, 2013, 10:43

A dog was stolen from a Tunbridge Wells home on Friday.

Laylee, a black and tan German Shepherd cross, was taken from a property in Kirkdale Road sometime between 1.50pm and 2.15pm.

Details of the theft have been posted on doglost.co.uk.

It says: 'This is Laylee. On Friday 25 January, a woman entered my friends home uninvited. 

'Whilst my friend was challenging the woman, Laylee panicked and ran out the door where a man was waiting for her. He put a lead on her and walked away. 

'The woman then left. Laylee hasn't been seen since. She was stolen from Kirkdale Road in Tunbridge Wells. 

'Please share her picture. Laylee is as daft as they come and has only ever known kindness. She must be terrified.

'She is microchipped, her loss has been reported the pet ID and the police. CCTV in the area has been checked but no sign of her so back roads were used to take her away. 

'He owner is so desperate to have her back she has been out all hours of the day and night looking. Laylee is her life and only companion. There is a reward for her safe return.'

A Facebook group has been set up to help find her: https://www.facebook.com/groups/471872829540472/



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