Stolen springer spaniel is reunited with owners in Thornholme
A springer spaniel which had been stolen from its home in February has been reunited with its owners.
Two-year-old Keedy was one of three dogs taken from a farm at Thornholme near Burton Agnes overnight on Thursday, February 11.
The two other pets had previously been found and returned to their owners at the end of February, but Keedy remained missing.
Keedy was found 275 miles away in Canterbury, Kent.
Following a Facebook appeal by Humberside Police, which was shared by Kent Police, he was handed in to a vets in Canterbury earlier this week.
Keedy is now back at home with his owners.
A spokesperson for Keedy’s owners said: “The owners were delighted to get a phone call from a vets in Kent saying Keedy had been handed in and traced by his microchip.
“All concerned in this would like to thank everybody who has helped to get all three dogs home including Humberside Police, the press and the public for sharing posts on social media.”