Stolen: White Jack Russell Terrier Male

  • Dog ID 139061
  • Status Stolen
  • Registered 06 Jan 2019
  • Name FREDDIE
  • Gender & Breed Male Jack Russell Terrier
  • Age Young Adult
  • Colour white
  • Marks & Scars
  • Tagged Unknown
  • Microchipped Unknown
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Investigating Force Devon & Cornwall Police
  • Date Lost 04 Jan 2019
  • Where Lost Teignmouth
  • Lost In Region South West
  • Lost In Post Area TQ14
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info
  • Phone 1 101
  • Phone 2 07498 638514
  • Listed By Doglost Police Liaison Team
  • Views 2266
  • Alerts Sent 239
  • FREDDIEPoster Image
  • FREDDIEExtra Image


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DogLostPoochpal - Regional Co-ordinator, South West
Thank you for thinking of Freddie, we have compared the photos and unlikely to be Freddie. Being a JRT he is bigger and has a different head shape.
Mr Fox
Please urgently look on Pound dogs of Ireland - Posts. Found 30/1. This dog is so similar.
Freddie is still missing and enquiries ongoing with police 27/01
DogLostPoochpal - Regional Co-ordinator, South West
We have sadly had no further information, Freddie is still missing as far as we know.
So what IS the latest on poor Freddie?
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Totally agree! such have a few more missing dogs in that we can help with switching onto sending alerts out...point taken.
Why cannot people just work together to find dogs, seems to be too much point scoring and glory hunting that comes from many directions! :-(
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Thank you Dachs! You have said what most people think!
I am full of admiration for the work of DogLost & it is a shame UAV seem to have some other agenda entirely. I have had concerns since reading about Bess the elderly greyhound where the posts from UAV member seemed more about power than the dog. This was not long after I registered with DogLost having retired & wanting to help. UAV continued to act in a very confrontational manner posting on the page for a missing Kerry Blue & now this. It should be about the dogs & their frantic owners & not about point scoring or going on some sort of power trip. Thankfully I don't do Facebook or Twitter & the database operated by DogLost is great because it is a database so historic missing dogs will still be recorded & can be searched for. This cannot be said of Facebook etc. Keep up the good work DogLost.
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Sorry CTimblin just read your earlier post...Logged means written down...shared means as indeed I told you... I would call our police liason as you asked me too!( also did say they will be right on the case as soon as ) So they made contact with you...Both done...And no contact back from you...Email only from now on to and CC to As I cannot trust phone calls from you anymore.
I am no expert at Social media ( gosh ask anyone!) I will say that I dont to FB...So any ongoing attacks mean nothing to me..But if you are attacking our helpers...I am morally obliged to defend.
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
CTimblin...I am glad you have acknowledged we had the conversation...I explained to you that Stolen status can only be added when our police liason crew had checked the CRN was genuine with local police officers/owners and we have made contact with them ...We cannot use words like stolen on alerts sent out to 100's of local helpers that will be shared all over FB unless we have checked we are able to do so and also have the contact details of local officers so that if any info comes in we can pass direct to the police...who are the only authority to deal with these situations.
Also I have checked with our police liason volunteers ( what great work they do) and you have been contacted by them!
Over the years our wonderful police liason volunteers have successfully passed on info to local police and reunited 1000's of stolen dogs ...through the right procedure ( usually quite long winded)...we would love to say how it happened but are aware as soon as its public we would be jeopordising a possible conviction...Trust us! The police do!
PS I advised you to leave as missing as alerts sent out...YOU demanded the post was removed...I did so on your request...However I cannot give up on a missing dog...And as The police liason girls made contact ( before you rang me) and now have details Freddie is now on as stolen and we will give every assistance we can.
UAV Lost Dog Search team seem to think a lot of themselves.
CTimblin (UAV Lost Dog Search - Devon)
Jayne - I think we both know that I requested the post be removed as you told me that unless the owner could be contacted to confirm the stolen status then you could only leave him as missing. As this was not the case it was agreed to put the page to unknown while it was deleted as the missing tag was incorrect. The owner of Freddie had requested no further contact and had put ourselves as primary contact. Several days later a new page is created and new alerts gone out when all you had to do was change the original page to Stolen.
I would also ask what you mean by my call was 'shared' as this would be against DPA without my approval and knowledge. I have asked for this page to be put under my account of which I have been told my an unknown member of the liaison team to just view the page to see if there are any new comments. This is unhelpful and I request that the page is added to my account please.
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
CTimblin sorry for delay but I have been under the weather this week ( mostly bed ridden.) The original post for Freddie put on by your self was moved to unknown after you phoned and asked me to do so last week ( call logged and shared)) ...I explained that this would mean the alerts already sent out to over 200 local dog owners would lead them to a dormant page ...You were aware and requested that...I also said to you that if you request stolen status...It has already gone to the Police liason team...As you requested,...
I would contact the police again, and ask for the officer-in-charge. You will probably have more luck that way.
CTimblin (UAV Lost Dog Search - Devon)
Could a member of the Police team please contact me as requested. Originally asked this over a week ago and still no contact. Last edited: 2019-01-13 09:47:48 by CTimblin (UAV Lost Dog Search - Devon)
Is it possible for comments to be posted in a less confrontational manner?
DogLostSharon - Social Media Team
Details shared to Facebook Group & Tweeted @DogLostUK x
MaxN (UAV Lost Dog Search - Devon)
Bit late for the alerts really. Disappointing that no-one has responded to the request for contact from yesterday and when the general number is called to be able to speak to Head Office the calls are being ignored? Why is that please? Thank you.
DogLostLisaP - Administrator, Head Office
Alerts sent to helpers in TQ1, TQ2, TQ3, TQ12, TQ13, TQ14, EX6, EX7 x
CTimblin (UAV Lost Dog Search - Devon)
If a member of the Police team could please contact me with regards this please. You have my details already and I would like to presume that this listing will be added to my account so I am notified of any comments made.
MaxN (UAV Lost Dog Search - Devon)
We will run this suggestion via the owner. Disgusting the way this has been handled by you all from the time it was originally processed onto this database. We assume that the original listing has been deleted then?Last edited: 2019-01-10 17:06:28 by MaxN (UAV Lost Dog Search - Devon)
DogLostCJ - Police Liaison Co-ordinator
After contacting Devon and Cornwall police to confirm the correct CRN - the best suggestion is to use 101 as well as the mobile as requested.
101 is monitored 24 hours and this way any information at any time will go to the officer dealing with the case. Owners will not be affected by phone calls at all.

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