Last night (Tuesday 6th October) officers from West Midlands Police reunited missing dog Millie with her owner’s thanks to the power of ‘WMNow’ – a free local messaging service.
She was taken to a veterinary hospital in Lichfield. At the same time, local neighbourhood officers quickly sent out photos of her on WMNow and on Twitter in the hope of being able to reunite her with her owners.
Fortunately, within hours of officer sending out the alert, Millie was reunited with her grateful owners.
WMNow is a free community messaging system that delivers up to date information from West Midlands Police and their partners direct to your inbox.
The service also provides updates on local crimes (West Midlands Police area), to local news, appeals and safety advice.
Anyone who is interested in finding out more about what is happening in their area can sign up to WMNow community messaging service at www.wmnow.co.uk or follow them on Twitter @WalsallPolice
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