Bristol news Puppies found inside abandoned parked car during heatwave PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - They’re currently being cared for at a local police station

Bristol news Puppies found inside abandoned parked car during heatwave PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - They’re currently being cared for at a local police station

Bristol news Puppies found inside abandoned parked car during heatwave PremierLeague-News.Com
11 August 2022 - 17:45

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Two French bulldog puppies were found in an abandoned car in Bristol earlier today (August 11). Officers were called to Redcliffe Parade at around 8.15am by a member of the public concerned for the welfare of the two dogs inside the park vehicle. Avon and Somerset Police said the car was found to be on false plates and was registered as off-road by the last keeper, from Aberdare. The force said the two puppies are believed to be around six months old, with one being white and the other being fawn. They’re currently being cared for at a local station while officers make enquiries to trace the owner, but the force said they will be handed to the animal rescue centre in due course. A four-day amber warning for 'extreme heat' is in place across large parts of southern England and Wales - including the South West. In Bristol, temperatures could reach 35C later this week. Read more: LIVE as Bristol Balloon Fiesta to welcome tens of thousands Avon and Somerset Police said: "We’re trying to trace the owners of two French bulldogs found in Bristol this morning, Thursday 11 August, in an abandoned car.

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.15am by a member of the public concerned for the welfare of two dogs in a parked vehicle. "The two dogs are believed to be around six months old. One is white, the other fawn. They’re currently being cared for at a local station while we make enquiries to trace the owner, but will be handed to the animal rescue centre in due course. "The car was found to be on false plates and was registered as off-road by the last keeper, from Aberdare. We’d like to hear from you if you: saw or have any dashcam, CCTV or doorbell footage of someone leaving a red Ford Focus in Redcliffe yesterday, Wednesday 10 August recognise the dogs or can prove you are their owner. "If you can help, please call 101 and give the call handler the reference number 5222192300, or complete our online appeals form." Read next: Bristol Airport apologises after 'technical issue' leads to passengers waiting for bags for hours Bristol Airport traffic: A38 to close for resurfacing with 32km diversion in place Suspected hate crime as house and car damaged Delivery driver scammed £56k worth of fuel from bosses Multiple fires reported in Bristol area as temperatures rise Read More Related Articles One person taken to hospital after ring road crash Read More Related Articles 'Topless' Carol Vorderman makes fans double take in new video

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