Warrant sees stolen dogs reunited with their rightful owners
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Police have today (June 5) reunited two stolen dogs with their rightful owners following a warrant in Willingham.
Detectives, joined by officers from the force’s Rural Crime Action Team, arrived at a property in Schole Road at about 7am.
They found two dogs, which had been stolen in Bluntihsham on Wednesday (June 3), a stolen quad bike, a suspected stolen buggy and a further three vehicles linked to crime.
They also discovered 16 cannabis plants, estimated to be worth more than £13,000.
Two men, in their 20s and 40s, and a teenager were arrested on suspicion of producing cannabis and remain in custody at Parkside Police Station.
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DC Henry Longhurst said: “This morning’s warrant has not only seen cannabis and stolen vehicles seized, but family pets returned home. Investigations into the thefts and the drugs are ongoing.”
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