South Yorkshire Police officers have launched an appeal after a puppy was stolen during a reported sneak-in burglary in Kendray, Barnsley.
At 10 am on Wednesday 21 August, it is believed that while the family were upstairs, an unknown offender entered the address on Farm Road and took the family puppy.
Chase is a ten-week-old Pomeranian.
He is small, ginger and the tip of his tail is dark in colour.
Police have been conducting enquiries in the area and are now appealing to the public to keep an eye out for Chase.
If you have any information which could help reunite a family with their beloved pet, please get in touch via 101 quoting incident number 478 of 21 August 2019.
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