Royston firefighters appeal for owners of stray dog to come forward

PUBLISHED: 13:11 06 February 2019 | UPDATED: 13:20 06 February 2019

Firefighters need to find Leo's owners as soon as possible. Picture: Stevan Chappell

Firefighters need to find Leo's owners as soon as possible. Picture: Stevan Chappell

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Royston Fire Station were appealing for a dog owner to contact them, after a ‘stray’ was handed into the station.

The male dog – called Leo – was brought into the station about half an hour ago. He has now been reunited with his family.


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