Searches for missing dogs and a cat

Richard ParrOwners of three pet dogs that have gone missing from the same area of Norfolk have spoken of their distress over their disappearance.Eddie and Kaye McKnight, have been so upset over the loss of their dogs, a Golden Cocker Spaniel called Goldie and a Hungarian Wire-Haired Viszla, called Elgin, that they have offered a �5000 reward for information leading to the safe return of the two animals.Richard Parr

Owners of three pet dogs that have gone missing from the same area of Norfolk have spoken of their distress over their disappearance.

Eddie and Kaye McKnight, have been so upset over the loss of their dogs, a Golden Cocker Spaniel called Goldie and a Hungarian Wire-Haired Viszla, called Elgin, that they have offered a �5000 reward for information leading to the safe return of the two animals.

The dogs were last seen next door to the Forest Edge equestrian centre on the outskirts of Drymere, near Swaffham, on the morning of October 1.

Mr McKnight said the dogs were precious to them. 'The dogs mean everything to us and you can't put a price on them,' he said.


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Anyone with information about the dogs can contact the couple on 01760 336260 or 07791 023201.

A third dog, a lurcher called Rhona, went missing on Saturday morning while her owners were feeding animals in a field in the Beachamwell area.

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'We were feeding the animals in our field and Rhona was with us and then she was gone,' said Brian Baxter who owns the dog with his wife, Jo.

Mrs Baxter said they think a couple in a silver-coloured Laguna car picked up their dog at the Legends Diner (the old Little Chef restaurant) at Downham Market junction on the A47 last Saturday . Witnesses say they saw the couple pick up the dog.

The couple and their friends and helpers have been out searching for Rhona but with no success. 'We are very attached to Rhona and are offering a reward for information leading to the safe return of the dog,' he said. Anyone with any news of Rhona can call them on 01760 721344.

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