PM backs missing Murphy campaign

David Cameron has backed the campaign to help find missing Bradford husky Murphy

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David Cameron backs missing Murphy campaign

A rescue dog from Bradford who's owner thinks has been stolen, and who has even been discussed by the Prime Minister in the House of Commons.

Murphy, who's a Husky, was seen been put into a car eight weeks ago, and despite a number of phone calls to his owner from someone claiming to have bought him, he hasn't been seen since.

There are fears that he may have been stolen to train illegal fighting dogs.

Frazer Maude has been to meet his owner, and his canine friend:

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PM backs campaign to find missing Murphy

David Cameron has backed a campaign to help find missing Bradford husky Murphy.

The PM was asked the question by Shipley MP Philip Davies at Prime Minister's questions:

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