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Owners offer reward for dog

By The Cornishman  |  Posted: October 11, 2012

Jay, a 2 and half year old Collie cross, who went missing from his home in St Buryan last Thursday

Jay, a 2 and half year old Collie cross, who went missing from his home in St Buryan last Thursday

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THE OWNERS of a black and tan-coloured collie-cross who went missing from a holiday cottage near Sancreed last week are offering a £100 reward for his safe return.

Jay, who is 2½, went missing from Moor Magy Farm in Brane on Thursday and has since been seen in Buryas Bridge and St Buryan.

His owner Maddy Reid, who lives in Hertfordshire, said he was usually a very friendly dog but has been reported as shivering and looking very sorry for himself.

She thanked residents in St Buryan for their help so far but says she is desperate for his safe return and is appealing for members of the public to help.

She said: "He is very soppy usually, but anyone approaching him must be aware that he is in a state of anxiety by all accounts, and though it would be out of character, any dog in distress could potentially snap.

"We are offering a £100 reward for anyone who can either get hold of him and secure him until we can high-tail it down to collect him or hand him over to the dog warden who is aware of the situation.

"I would like to say a big thank you to the lovely people of St Buryan who were so very helpful and supportive while we were searching for him, I was very touched by their response."

Anyone with information should phone Maddy on 01707 267757 or 07974 006903, or alternatively, you can contact her partner John on 01707 325762.

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