Guernsey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals are appealing for the public's help, as they continue to search for a missing dog.
Jessie, a beagle cross, is described as "nervous and timid" and was recently adopted from a UK dog rescue centre.
She was spotted a number of times in the St Martins, St Andrews, St Peter Port and Forest area over the Bank Holiday Weekend, but bolted before team members were able to catch her.
The GSPCA is in contact with her owners.
They're asking people to contact them if they spot Jessie, but not to approach the eight-year-old dog.
Over the Bank Holiday we had many sightings of Jessie the stray beagle cross, but as previously when approached she took off at speed and by the time the GSPCA staff and volunteers got to the locations she was nowhere in sight.
We do have a trap at a location where she has been seen but she is proving difficult to catch.
She is a beagle cross, brindle and white, 8 year old, female and is likely to run off if you try and get too close.
If you see 'Jessie' please call us immediately on 257261 and if you can contain her in a secure area this would be a huge help."
There is a £200 reward for her safe return.
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