Parents plea for son's pony to be returned

The parents of a 5 year old boy from Cambridgeshire have made an emotional appeal for the return of his pet pony after it was stolen from a paddock behind their home.

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Celebrities back hunt for little boy's pony, stolen from a village in Cambridgeshire

Joshua and Tic-Toc. Credit: Joshua's family

Celebrities are backing the hunt for a little boy's pony, stolen from a village in Cambridgeshire.

Joshua, who is five, has not seen Tic-Toc since he was taken from a paddock near his parents home in Ramsey St Mary's more than a week ago.

Now presenter Claire Balding and poet Pam Ayres have taken to twitter to appeal for help to find Joshua's four legged friend in time for Christmas.

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Parents emotional appeal for son's pony 'Tic-Toc' to be returned

The parents of a five-year-old boy from Cambridgeshire have made an emotional appeal for the return of his pet pony after it was stolen from a paddock behind their home.

Catriona Carnegie and her husband Andrew who live at Ramsay St Mary near Huntingdon say their son Joshua does not yet know 24-year-old Tic-Toc is missing and are dreading telling him.

They say the horse is of no value to anyone and has a condition which needs regular medication and are hoping someone will return it before Christmas.

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