Adam Henson: Countryfile star issues plea as puppies are stolen ‘Please get in contact’

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Adam Henson, 54, has taken to his Twitter page to spread the word after a little of “four-week-old” puppies were stolen from a farm in the Cotswolds. The Countryfile presenter urged his 59,500 followers to help track down the adorable Border Collies who were snatched over the weekend.

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Adam retweeted a post from Gloucestershire Police and typed: “Some 4-week old puppies were stolen over the weekend from a farm in Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire. 

“Please share and get in contact with @Glos_Police if you have any information. #stolenpuppies.”(sic)

Underneath, Twitter users expressed their outrage over the incident, as they urged dog owners to remain vigilant.

One said: “Come on people somebody knows who has got these tiny pups they need their mum they are not weaned if you feed them they could be very ill get these pups home.”

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Another replied: “Such cruel people out there !!!”

A third commented: “These babies need to be with their Mother! Please don’t leave your dogs in vulnerable situations, keep them with you at all times.

While a fourth remarked: “I hope they are found very soon for theirs and their mommys sake.” (sic)

The litter included three female and two male black and white puppies.

On the Gloucestershire Police’s website, they provided more information on the circumstances surrounding their disappearance.

They wrote: “Police are appealing for witnesses or information after five puppies were stolen from a farm in Upper Swell overnight. 

“Three female and two male Border Collie puppies were stolen from an outhouse at a farm sometime between 8pm on Friday 5 February and 6am on Saturday 6 February.

“Unknown offenders have stolen the four week old puppies worth approximately £600 each.

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“They are all black and white with the males also having brown markings on their faces,” they added.

Anyone who witnessed any suspicious activity in the area at the time has been encouraged to call the police on 101 quoting incident 125 of February 6.

Adam is a keen animal lover and the proprietor of Cotswolds Farm Park.

The star exclusively told Express.co.uk that last winter he had invested money into the Cotswold Farm Park to create a shop and restaurant, along with six lodges and new barns.

However, when lockdown struck at the beginning of the year, the farm and park were forced to close for four months, causing a significant loss of revenue.

Adam revealed: “We were really very worried about the business. Duncan, my business partner, and I are tenants of the farm. We don’t own it. 

“Over the last three years, we’ve made some significant investments into our tourist destination. We usually welcome about 160,000 visitors.

“We’ve built a new shop and restaurant, we put up six camping lodges, six lodges that we’ve invested in this last winter, put up new barns and an entrance building.

“So we’ve borrowed a lot of money to do a lot of work on the Cotswolds Farm Park, and then with lockdown, that was terrifying. The financial pot was very, very empty, so we’ve started to fill it up again,” he added.

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