Reward offered to bring missing dog Charlie home - The Solihull Observer

Reward offered to bring missing dog Charlie home

Solihull Editorial 16th Jan, 2017 Updated: 16th Jan, 2017   0

A REWARD is being offered for anyone who can help reunite missing flat coated retriever Charlie with his family.

Seven-month-old Charlie disappeared during a walk in Dorridge Park at around 11am on Friday (January 13).

He was spotted 20 minutes later in a nearby field, but there have been no more sightings since.

His heartbroken family have carried out extensive searches of the area, which they continue to do.




They are even bringing in a thermal imaging camera to help their search – which is focusing on the areas between the M40, M42 and Grand Union Canal.

Posters have been put up around Knowle and Dorridge and have also been circulating across social media.


The family has contacted all the local dog wardens, dogs homes and vets.

So far, there has been no information – but now the family are offering a reward to bring their beloved dog home.

If you have any information about Charlie please call 07854979825, 07767037084 or 01564 778006.

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