Owners of Labrador believed to have been stolen from Huntingdonshire farm launch appeal
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A hunt has been launched to find a dog that is understood to have been stolen from a farm in Great Raveley last week.
Black Labrador retriever, Jet is reported to have been taken from the farm on February 6, at about 3.30pm.
Jet’s owners have put up missing leaflets in the hope that they might find him.
They have also set up a Facebook group – Jet’s Army - in a bid to get their beloved pet back. The missing poster has already been shared 700 times online as word spreads of the appeal.
Jet is described as being black, having a small scar on his nose and bumps inside both ears.
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Cambridgeshire police confirmed it had received a report of a dog being stolen. If you have any information about the incident, contact officers on 101 quoting the crime reference number CF0088560218.
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