Twelve puppies stolen from playpen on Queensland property, one still missing

A male blue fawn-colored Staffy puppy stolen from a rural Queensland address is still missing, while police have located 11 other puppies from the same playpen.

Police are asking for public assistance in the search for the dog, which was among a group of 12 puppies stolen from a home in Pine Mountain, Ipswich, in late April.

The puppies were retrieved from a pet playpen between 5:30 p.m. on April 29 and 6:00 a.m. on April 30.

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The puppies were between eight and nine weeks old and included different breeds such as Shoodles (Shih Tsu Poddle cross), Miniature Foxie Terriers and King Charles Cavaliers.

Eleven of the puppies were found, some at an address in Raceview, police said.

They have been returned to their owner while police continue to investigate the whereabouts of the last pup.

Police are appealing for public assistance in their search for a blue, fawn colored Staffy puppy. Credit: QLD Police
One of the puppies stolen from an address in Ipswich was a Cavalier of King Charles. Luckily the police found it. Credit: QLD Police

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James Brien

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