New appeal for Roxie and Queenie, last seen on the A1 between junctions 41 & 42 heading north!

New appeal to find ROXIE AND QUEENIE who were stolen on 21st August 2012. Both Black And Tan Female Dachshund: Miniature (Age: Adult). Stolen from Knaresborough, North Yorkshire HG5.

On the 23rd August 2012 a lorry driver saw two dachshund dogs by the side of the A1. He was questioned and we cant be 100% certain that the dogs were actually dumped by the man in the blue Corsa or if he has seen them and pulled up beside them and then driven off. But the lorry driver said he saw the driver of the car speed off from the scene and the two dachshunds were left standing roadside.

Another witness who saw the dogs has said she also saw a woman who was wearing a long black coat with a red car who had stopped and was trying to coax the dogs to her. By the time the witness had driven past, turned round and gone back both the lady in the red car and the dogs had vanished. She would have been travelling north on the A1- the area is between junctions 41 and 42 of the A1.

The lady with the red car was never found! Someone may think these two had been dumped!

Queenie and Roxie were STOLEN from their owners property between 12 and 2pm lunchtime on Tuesday 21st of August when thieves broke into the garden. Queenie requires daily medication to keep her slipped disc under control and without this her walking could be effected and ultimately her back legs could collapse.

Message from owner. “There is the chance that Queenie and Roxie have been split up and sold on seperatly. Therefore if you have been offered a single mini smooth dachshund for sale for a low price or you have any doubt at all as to where they might have come from please get in touch with me on any of the numbers listed above or contact Dog Lost direct. As to the length of time Queenie has gone without her medication we’re unsure of what condition her back and legs will be in, however whatever her condition we are desperate to have her back, even if her legs have given way. If you have Queenie or know where she is, please get in touch.”

CONTACT: 07793 393575 or 07772 840945…