Hereford & Worcester

Rescued lurcher stolen from dog's home in Evesham

Image caption Frosty is still underweight and the charity said it was concerned about his welfare

Thieves have stolen a dog from a charity after it had been found abandoned in Worcestershire.

Frosty, a two-year-old lurcher, was stolen from the Dogs Trust in Evesham, between 1700 GMT on Monday and 0800 GMT on Tuesday, police said.

He was found by a dog warden at a cricket field in Badsey on 15 December and taken to the trust for re-homing.

The charity said Frosty, cream with darker ears, was underweight and they were concerned for his welfare.

Anyone with any information is asked to call West Mercia Police.

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