�200 reward offered to find puppy Cracker which disappeared three weeks ago
A REWARD of �200 has been offered by a woman trying to find her puppy which went missing from her Wisbech home more than three weeks ago.
Cracker, a nine-month-old Staffordshire Bull Terrier/Jack Russell cross, went missing from Denise McClagish’s home in Prince of Wales Close on July 31 at about 2pm.
Mrs McClagish said: “I started my ironing at 2pm and he disappeared. The front door was open but I think he got under the fence.
“There have been no sightings at all.”
Cracker is brindle coloured with a creamy-coloured chest. He is not microchipped but neutered.
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CONTACT: Mrs McClagish on 01945 489418.
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