Gardai Recover A Dog Stolen In East Cork On Wednesday In Galway
The Jack Russell Terrier dog has been reunited with his owners in Youghal
Gardai have recovered a dog in Galway which was stolen in East Cork on Wednesday
On Wednesday morning the owners of the Jack Russell Terrier reported that the dog had been stolen by two men from its family home in Youghal
Following an investigation by Gardaí, the men were traced to an address in Co. Galway and following the assistance of local Gardaí in Galway, the dog has since been recovered and was reunited with its owners yesterday.
A file will now be prepared for the Director of Public Prosecutions in relation to the theft.
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