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SEARCH GOES ON FOR RARE BREED STOLEN DOG DUE TO BIRTH TO UP TO EIGHT PUPPIES.

Caption: Saffina, the black Shar Pei puppy shown here, has been found but the search goes on for Kiara, who is two-and-half-years old, fawn-coloured, and about to give birth to up to eight puppies.

Police have recovered one of two rare breed dogs stolen during a break-in in Ringway.
The burglary happened at their owner’s home on Sunbank Lane in south Manchester between 1pm and 4.30pm on Friday 20 April 2012.

After ransacking the house, the thieves stole a TV, a laptop, and two pedigree Shar Pei dogs, who between them are worth about £6,000.

On Tuesday 1 May 2012, police recovered one of the dogs – a one-year-old puppy called Saffina – from an address in Hyde.

The other dog, Kiara, who is two-and-a-half years old, is still missing. Kiara was imminently due to give birth to eight puppies. She is described as being fawn-coloured and has few very wrinkles, which is rare for that breed of dog. Kiara is microchipped with the number 981000002883431.

The Shar Pei is an ancient Chinese hunting and herding breed noted for its powerful, stocky build, square muzzle and wrinkled face and fur.

Anyone with information as to Kiara’s whereabouts is asked to call police on 101 or the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111

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