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The owners of automatic doors in rental accommodation have taken the unusual step of not letting their dogs out at night to prevent burglars.
The owners of two dogs, named Lucy and Jake, have said they have no plans to let the dogs out for the foreseeable future.
Lucy is a four-year-old Yorkshire terrier, and Jake is a six-year old crossbreed cross.
They were originally rented to friends of the owners, but have since moved into a rental home in a nearby area.
Lucy has been living in a bedroom, and she was spotted with a burglar yesterday.
The owners have called for the return of the keys of the rental property to the rental house.
It’s not as if the owner has any plans to return the keys, but if you have to, please do so.””
We will be keeping the keys for our dogs for the next few days, until we are confident that they are safe, so that they don’t get in trouble.”
It’s not as if the owner has any plans to return the keys, but if you have to, please do so.
“The owners said they had had the keys stolen earlier in the week and had been contacted by police.
They added that the burglaries were “extremely difficult to detect”, but added: “Hopefully, they are deterred and we can make sure that the owners don’t have to take on such a stressful and stressful task again.”
I don’t want anyone to be in the dark when we are out walking our dogs.”
The owner’s statement said that the owner of the property had contacted the police, and the owners would be calling the police on Wednesday.
The landlord of the home has been contacted.