£1,000 reward to find two Staffies that have gone missing - possibly stolen - in Wisbech

PUBLISHED: 16:36 07 September 2018 | UPDATED: 16:36 07 September 2018

Can you help to find these two Staffies that have gone missing in Wisbech? There is a £1,000 reward for their safe return

Can you help to find these two Staffies that have gone missing in Wisbech? There is a £1,000 reward for their safe return

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A £1,000 reward is being offered to trace two Staffies that went missing in Wisbech on Saturday.

The reward is being put up by the Cunningham family after their prized pets disappeared.

Both dogs are 3.5 years old and the family say “we’ve had them as puppies; we had the mother and father”.

The family is desperate to be re-united with them and fear they may have been stolen.

The dogs went missing from the North Brink area at around 10pm.

The family has had posters printed advertising their loss – and the reward – and hundreds have shared their post on social media.

“If anyone sees them please let us know,” says the family.

Any information can be forwarded to 07918 691210 and if the dogs are returned unharmed the reward will be paid.

Both dogs have been micro chipped so the family is hopeful it will make it easier to trace them. The missing pets have also been notified to a number of websites specifically set up to hunt for missing or stolen dogs.

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