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Hunt for owners Gardai issue appeal after seizing three stolen dogs

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Dog seized in Co Tipperary

Dog seized in Co Tipperary

Dog seized in Co Tipperary

Gardai rescued three suspected stolen dogs yesterday in Co. Tipperary.

Detectives are currently trying to trace the owners of the three stolen dogs after officers from Carrick-On-Suir seized the dogs on yesterday morning.

Gardai said that, at around 8.30am, three men were seen putting the dogs into the boot of a car and driving off at speed.

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Dog seized in Co Tipperary

Dog seized in Co Tipperary

Dog seized in Co Tipperary

The car was stopped in the Ballyclerahan area of Clonmel and the car was searched.

A garda spokesman said they were not satisfied that the men were the owners of the dogs and they could not provide any documentation for them.

The dogs were seized and brought to the vets but all three were not chipped.

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Dogs seized in Co Tipperary

Dogs seized in Co Tipperary

Dogs seized in Co Tipperary

Gardaí are appealing for the publics assistance in finding the possible owners of the three dogs. The three dogs, two Patterdale’s and a Terrier, are currently being cared for by Gardaí.

Owners are asked to contact Clonmel Garda Station on 052-6177640.

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