Stolen dog reunited with owner after 16 months
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Molly, has been reunited with its family in Pembrokeshire after being stolen 16 months before.
Molly, the 10-month-old Cavalier King Charles puppy went missing in May 2010 after running out of the house to the nearby car park. She was snatched from the seaside resort and sold to unsuspecting new owners 300 miles away in Doncaster. But when Molly was taken to a vet after swallowing a conker she was routinely scanned and the microchip listed her as stolen.
The owner had offered a £1,000 reward, started a Facebook group and put out appeals on the local radio. Thanks to the microchip they finally got reunited with their puppy.
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Text and image source: BBC News