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PET STEALING: Owner sees dog stolen from Roma home

A Roma dog owner has watched on in horror as an unknown offender pulled up in front of their house and stolen their dog, according to police.

Roma police Constable Rory Akermanis said the incident occurred on South Street at 7.15pm on March 21, but the pet owner wasn’t able to identify what the vehicle was or who the suspect is.

The dog is described as a male black staffy cross with a white patch on its chest and white toes.

Anyone with information should call Roma Police on 07 4622 9333 or Policelink on 131 444. Alternatively, report anonymously by calling Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.


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