Family issue appeal to find missing Jack Russell Terrier from Hadleigh
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A Suffolk family have issued an appeal for anyone who has seen their missing Jack Russell Terrier.
The black and white pet, named Dylan, went missing from Alabaster Close in Hadleigh on Friday, September 1.
The family have said they will issue a reward for any information which may lead to Dylan’s safe return home, with those who may have seen or heard him asked to get in touch.
A poster issued by the family said: “Please look in gardens, sheds and any outbuildings as he may be hiding in or behind them.”
Dylan is a male Jack Russell Terrier with black and white fur.
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A series of pictures of the missing pet have been issued as part of the family’s appeal.
Anyone who has any information which may help or who believes they may have seen Dylan in their area is asked to contact the family on 07752 194078.
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