A Reading woman and a 17 year-old teenager have been arrested after three puppies were stolen from their homes last weekend.

On Saturday, June 18 a chihuahua puppy was stolen from an address in Sunbury-on- Thames and two cocker spaniels were stolen from an address in Farnham on Sunday, June 19.

It is believed that the two suspects feigned interest in buying the dogs, before fleeing the scene with them.

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After an extensive investigation, the chihuahua was recovered and the two individuals were arrested in connection with the theft.

Police from both counties are now appealing for people to come forward who may have been sold or offered a cocker spaniel puppy in Reading over the last few days.

If you do have any details over the whereabouts of the puppies Police have advised calling Surrey Police quoting PR/45220065005 via their live chat, calling 101 or leaving a message on their website.

If you do not wish to leave your name, you can also call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.