Three dogs and 17 one-week-old puppies stolen

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Police are investigating after three dogs and 17 one-week-old puppies were stolen from an address in Nottinghamshire.

Nottinghamshire Police said the animals were taken from a property in Station Road, Selston.

The theft happened sometime between 11pm on Saturday, November 11, and 12am on Sunday, November 12.

One of the dogs that was stolen.

A force spokesman added: "Officers believe that the suspects gained access through the garden and stole the puppies from a pen.

"One of the dogs stolen is white all over with liver coloured ears and another has three large liver coloured spots down her back with a shaved back leg which was stitched two weeks ago."

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Anyone with information that might help is asked to call 101 quoting incident 196 of November 12.

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