A BBC presenter’s collie that went lacking after a canine walker’s van was stolen is now safely again along with her household.
“Cabbage is dwelling!”, Rory Cellan-Jones tweeted, together with an image of his pet subsequent to some meals, water, and a tennis ball.
The black-and-white hound was one in every of six canines within the van when it was taken in Acton, west London, at about 10am on Friday morning.
5 of them have now been found “wandering round Park Royal collectively”, Diane Coyle mentioned on Twitter.
A cockapoo remains to be lacking.
Earlier, Mr Cellan-Jones informed his 192,000 followers that “one thing horrible has occurred”.
He added: “Our canine walker’s van with our canine Cabbage in it has been stolen whereas he was choosing up one other pet.”
He requested folks to look out for a black Ford Transit with the licence plate AF20 XZD.
“Take a photograph and DM me or simply ring the police,” he added.
Scotland Yard mentioned it was referred to as to Erconwald St at 10.11am to experiences of a stolen van containing six canines.
Mr Cellan-Jones informed Friday journal he has owned Cabbage for 12 years after rescuing the “nervous younger canine” from a sanctuary.
He mentioned: “Cabbage has the sweetest nature and has by no means given us any bother.
“Normally she combines the gentlest temperament with the attribute collie intelligence.”
Mr Cellan-Jones usually posts photographs of Cabbage on social media.