Police have launched an appeal after a puppy's believed to have been stolen in Northamptonshire.
A white Ford Connect van was seen heading along the drive of a farm in East Haddon on Wednesday afternoon. Two dogs from the farm ran out to the vehicle.
One of the dogs, a puppy called Poppy, was subsequently missing. She is a brown six-month-old Cocker Spaniel who is chipped, docked and has a small area of white on her bottom lip.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Northamptonshire police.
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