Sausage dog Minnie stolen out on a walk found safe and well

Minnie the Dachshund has been found safe and unharmed after being handed in to a vet in the Loughborough area. Credit: Derbyshire Police

A sausage dog stolen in Woodville has been found safe and well in Loughborough.

Minnie the Dachshund was stolen while out on a walk with her owner in the evening on Sunday 11 April.

The victim was walking along Moira Road, near the New Inn pub, when she was approached by two men, who allegedly tripped her over, threatened her and stole her dog, a two-year-old Miniature Dachshund (sausage dog) named Minnie.

She was handed into a vet safe and unharmed in the Loughborough area on Wednesday 14 April.

The two men who stole Minnie are still wanted by police. The pair left the scene in a black Ford Mondeo (registration beginning YG60), along Moira Road in the direction of Albert Village just after 8.20pm.

Police are keen to speak to the man in this picture in relation to the thefts. Credit: Derbyshire Police

Police describe them as being aged in their 30s, with one of the men being white, of a stocky build and with short fair hair.

DS Mark Ryan, who is leading the investigation into the theft, said: “I would first like to thank the public for their help in making Minnie a sausage dog who was just too hot to handle."

Anyone with information is being asked to contact to Derbyshire Police.


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