‘She is our baby, we miss her so much’ - Search for stolen dog Daisy continues

PUBLISHED: 15:20 12 February 2018 | UPDATED: 20:36 12 February 2018

Missing dog Daisy from Old Buckenham near Attleborough. Picture: Philip Potter

Missing dog Daisy from Old Buckenham near Attleborough. Picture: Philip Potter


A fresh appeal has been made to find a dog that was stolen from her home.

Missing dog Daisy from Old Buckenham near Attleborough. Picture: Philip PotterMissing dog Daisy from Old Buckenham near Attleborough. Picture: Philip Potter

Daisy the yellow labrador went missing from Old Buckenham on November, 21 2017 and owners Rita and Philip Potter are devastated by the loss of their pet.

An eye-witness said they saw a man run up the couple’s drive, pick up the dog and put her in the back of their silver pick-up truck before driving away.

The incident was reported to police and the missing dog was registered on the Dog Lost website.

Three months on, the search for Daisy continues.

Mr Potter has shared a new appeal on Facebook to bring his “baby” home.

He said: “Our Daisy Dog was stolen last November and we want her home please as soon as possible. Money is no problem and no questions will be asked. She is our baby, we miss her so much.”

In addition, friends of Daisy’s owners are taking action on social media, creating a Facebook group to share information.

Set up by Emma JD, the Help Bring Daisy Home Facebook Group currently has more than 2,500 members.

A twitter account was also made to aid the search, with the username @FindStolenDaisy.

Daisy is five years old with a black dot under her right eye and a small black dot under her nose.

If you have any information, please contact her owners on 01953 860650 or 07789103077, or call the police.

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