Are your dogs Indie and Snoop missing their "bling" collars?
It's not the most usual item targeted by thieves - but police have uncovered dog collars they believe to have been stolen.
Last night a man in his 40s was arrested on suspicion of assault, and when officers visited his home they found the collars.
Concealed in his room were two distinctive dog collars - which are black with diamante stones spelling the names Indie and Snoop.
They are from a company called Dog Bling and are in a mesh bag tied with blue silk.
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It is believed these items may be stolen and police are appealing for anyone who is missing these items to contact them.
If you think these items are yours contact the police on 101 and ask for DC Rich O'Brien at Southmead Police Station.