Dog theft reports rise 22% in two years in England and Wales
More than 5,000 dogs have been reported stolen to police forces in England and Wales since the start of 2013, a BBC South East investigation has found.
Figures obtained under the Freedom of Information Act show a 22.6% rise in reports in two years.
Anna Rigano, from Forest Row in East Sussex, told BBC South East Today how her Jack Russell, Buster, was stolen in March.
23 Jun 2016
- From the section England