Police recover cocker spaniel stolen from Thornbury
TWO men have been arrested after being seen abandoning a stolen cocker spaniel.
A member of the public contacted police after seeing the men behaving suspiciously in a van on Wednesday, February 6.
The van was later found by police abandoned just off the A38 in Rudgeway. The dog was found to have been stolen from an address in Thornbury.
Officers believe the van had been stolen from London and it contained tools stolen from Thornbury earlier the same day. Two men aged 26 and 32 were arrested later the same day in connection with the thefts and remain in police custody.
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Thornbury Neighbourhood Sergeant Victoria Lansdown said: “We are very grateful to the member of the public who called us after becoming suspicious of the behaviour of two men in a van. I'd always say that if you are in any doubt give us a shout.”