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Woman arrested after dog 'stolen' in Newquay

Woman arrested after dog 'stolen' in Newquay

Published by Emma Carton at 3:26pm 4th November 2019. (Updated at 3:31pm 4th November 2019)

Police have confirmed a dog, feared stolen in Newquay has been found.

Clyde the Staffie disappeared near Crantock Street in the early hours of Sunday.

Local officers launched an appeal, saying someone must have seen the missing pet.

Stolen Staffie Clyde
A woman has been arrested as police find a dog, feared stolen in Newquay. Photo: Newquay Police

They have since confirmed that the animal was located and a woman has been arrested.

"The dog has been located at an address in St Michael's Road, Newquay

"One woman has been arrested on suspicion of theft".

Newquay Police

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