NSW police ask public to help find stolen puppies

THREE puppies have been stolen from a property near Kyogle, police have said.

The puppies, all bull mastif and kelpie-crosses aged between seven and eight weeks, were stolen from a property on Upper Horseshoe Creek Road, police from the Richmond Local Area Command have reported on their Facebook page.

Police have appealed for help from the public in tracking down the puppies.

Anyone with information should call Kyogle Police on 6632 1444 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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(Note: The puppies in the thumbnail picture on the link to this story are not the stolen puppies)

Topics:  animals crime kyogle puppies theft

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