Two cocker spaniel puppies have been re-united with owners after being stolen from an address in Farnham on June 19.

Officers from the Bracknell and Wokingham Team2 found them safe and well at an address this morning, June 28, in the local area.

After being checked over by a vet, Surrey Police were able to reunite them with their owner in Farnham.

This incident is still being investigated and there has been a 39 year-old woman and 17 year-old boy from Reading were arrested last week following the theft.

Reading Chronicle:

Officers from the Bracknell and Wokingham force helped in the investigation.

TVP Bracknell and Wokingham posted on their Facebook page: “What better way to end a night shift than rescuing two stolen puppies!!

“In the early hours, Officers from Team2 found these two adorable spaniels at an address in our area, which were stolen from Farnham.

“After lots of cuddles they were taken to a local vets to be checked over, before Surrey Police were able to take them home where they belong!”

Surrey Police said: “We would like to thank everyone for their shares of our appeal and @ThamesVP for helping us with our enquiries.

Twitter user Kathy Anderson said: “Great work. Please make sure that anyone connected with this heinous dog theft gets the largest sentence possible.

“Far too many dogs being stolen. Some never found causing massive trauma to the owners. The sooner dog thieves ae sent to prison the sooner dog theft may slow down.”