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Puppy remains missing after 12 stolen from pet playpen



A puppy remains missing after a dozen young pups were stolen from a Queensland property.

Twelve animals were stolen from a pet playpen in Pine Mountain, regional Queensland, between April 29 and April 30.

One of them, a blue fawn staffy, is still missing while the other 11 have been located. 

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The puppies, aged 8-9 weeks, were of various breeds, including shoodles (Shih-Tzu cross poodle), miniature foxie terriers, King Charles cavalier and the blue fawn staffy.

Three puppies – two shoodles and a mini foxie – were located by Ipswich Police at a property in Raceview on April 30.

Seven more puppies were found by members of the public and were returned on June 1.

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A missing King Charles cavalier was also located at a property in Raceview on June 1.

Anyone who has seen the last missing puppy is asked to contact the authorities. 

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