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Appeal after two Chihuahuas are stolen from Canal Boat

The two Chihuahuas stolen from a canal boat in Hertfordshire

Two Chihuahuas have been stolen from a boat on the Grand Union Canal in Hertfordshire.

Tink, a black and white female with short hair, and Archie, a long-haired blonde male, were taken from the vessel while it was moored at a marina.

The thieves gained access to the boat while it was moored near the Cowroast Marina between Berkhamsted and Tring, between 10am on January 3 and 12.15am on January 4.

The owner is extremely upset and is keen to be reunited with the dogs as soon as possible.

I would ask anyone who thinks they may have come across these dogs to please contact police.

– DC Chris Phillips, Herts Police

Supercar stolen by burglars

Stolen Lamborghini Credit: Cambridgeshire Police

A supercar has been stolen from outside a house in Cambridgeshire. Burglars broke into the kitchen of a home in Straight Drove, Farcet on Friday and took the keys to a Lamborghini Murcielago which was parked outside. Nothing else was taken.

Detective Constable Tom Corbett said: "It appears the burglars have broken into the house for the purpose of getting the ignition keys to the Lamborghini.

"I am hoping someone would have seen this very distinctive car since the burglary took place and I would urge them to come forward."


Jewellery worth thousands stolen

Stolen jewellery Credit: Cambridgeshire Police

POLICE have released images of jewellery stolen from a house in a village near Huntingdon.

The property in Wennington Road, Wennington, was raided between 2.30pm and 6.15pm on Friday.

Stolen jewellery Credit: Cambridgeshire Police

Burglars forced their way in through a kitchen window and searched the house.

They made off with jewellery worth thousands of pounds.

Detectives have released the images in the hope someone will recognise an item and be able to help their inquiry.

Pictures of the stolen jewellery can be found on the Cambridgeshire Police website:

Stolen jewellery Credit: Cambridgeshire Police

Outboard motors stolen

Police are appealing for information after thieves targeted more than a dozen boats overnight on Friday at Brundall in Norfolk.

Nine outboard engines were stolen from vessels moored at Bells Dyke, near Bells Boatyard while other stolen equipment included batteries, fuels cans, steering controls and a hand held VHF radio.