The PSNI in Newry and Mourne have issued a public appeal for helping in finding a family’s much-loved pet dog.
Jack was stolen just over six weeks ago and police are anxious to reunite him with his owners.
He was taken between 7pm and 8pm on Friday, February 21, between Jerrettspass and Poyntzpass.
Jack is very distinctive, with his left ear down and his right ear up and with a black patch over the right of his face. He also has longer legs than most collies and his tail curls over when he is excited.
Anyone with information on the theft or who knows where Jack might be now is asked to call police on the non-emergency number, 101, quoting the reference: Ref 599 date 25/02/14
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