Puppy stolen in fire station break-in

Police are trying to track down a Rottweiler puppy named Rambo that was stolen during a fire station burglary last weekend.  

Rambo, who is five months old, was stolen from his cage in the West Bay fire station on Jan. 25. The burglary is believed to have happened between 10 a.m. and 1:15 p.m. when Rambo’s owner was away from the station.  

The puppy is black and brown in color. He has a short tail and black markings running through the brown down to his paws. He has some very curly hair on his back, close to his tail. He was wearing a black nylon collar at the time of the theft.  

Rambo’s owners told police that he is very friendly and that they are extremely distressed by the theft.  

Detective Constable Emma Twydell asks for anyone who was in the area of the fire station last Saturday, and saw anything suspicious, to come forward. She is also keen to hear about anyone who has recently acquired a Rottweiler puppy or from anyone who has been offered a puppy for sale. Information can be passed to DC Twydell at West Bay CID on 324-1970 or by email [email protected] 

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Rambo the Rottweiler has been stolen.

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