Two bulldog puppies have been stolen from their Essex owners.
They were taken from a property in Eton Road, Clacton between 8am and 8.20am on Tuesday 28 March.
The suspect entered the property via the rear door and stole the two French bulldogs who are just five-weeks-old.
They are light cream in colour and one is currently suffering from breathing difficulties.
Police are asking people to be on the lookout for puppies of this breed and colour being sold.
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A stray raccoon has been captured after being spotted on a Cambridgeshire roof.
A member of the public called Fenland Animal Rescue when she saw the mammal, native to North America, on top of a roof at her house in Broughton.
An animal rescue specialist was sent to the scene and after ‘a short game of cat and mouse’ was brought down securely.
He will be taken to a specialist centre north of Cambridgeshire, where he will be kept with other raccoons.
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Experts are hopeful a wild owl that that has disappeared from a park in Ipswich will soon return .
Mabel has regularly been spotted at Christchurch Park, but she not for been seen there for six weeks.
There had been some concern for her welfare, but it's now thought she may be buried away nesting her eggs early.
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Here's a story that looks like it will have a happy ending.
Five weeks ago millions of people were appalled when CCTV footage emerged of Ella the Lurcher dog being tied to a post in Peterborough and dumped.
Now, although she's got a way to go, she's on the road to recovery.
Watch the video to see Ella's progress
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