By Audlem Webteam - 21st July 2008 7:39am
Yesterday evening, Audlem Online received a message from Phyllis Edwards saying: "My dog has gone missing around 4.00pm today. She is a collie with black/grey fur and a feathery tail. Her name is Meg — loves children — she may have been frightened by something and gone into hiding. She was last seen in Vicarage Lane. My phone number is on her collar — please get in touch if you see her. Thank you very much."
We are pleased to report that Meg is now safely at home again. Phyllis says: "Meg has been found safe and well on the canal towpath this evening. May I say a huge 'thank you' to all who helped look for her."
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