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A resident in Longhill Lane, near the Cricket Club, has asked AudlemOnline to help find the owner of a dog causing some problems in the neighbourhood.
Update — the dog has now been identified

Do you recognise this dag?

"This is a picture of a dog which is causing myself and two of my neighbours considerable problems, and we need to try and find the owner.

"The dog has a collar but I am a reluctant to approach him. He appears to be loose over night and early morning which has been going on for a few months now. He is attempting to get into both my neighbours chicken coops and is causing great distress to my small Jack Russell pup as he is getting over fences surrounding my dogs play area and my patio, jumping into my planters."

If anybody can let AudlemOnline know who owns the dog, we will pass the information on.

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