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IN TODAY'S HERALD: Police officers tell their story in dramatic dog rescue



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WITH temperatures soaring outside, two Stratford police officers had to smash the passenger window of a car parked in the town to free a dog that had been left in the vehicle for over three hours.

The dogs owners had gone to the theatre and left her in the car with windows slightly open. The alarm was raised by concerned members of the public who called the police.

Police officers smashed the window of the Ford Focus to release the distressed dog. Photo: Warwickshire Police
Police officers smashed the window of the Ford Focus to release the distressed dog.                                                                                                                                      Photo: Warwickshire Police

In today's Stratford Herald we talk to the police officers who came to the rescue.



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