VIDEO: Dogs stolen from Skegness caravan park reunited with owners

Gedling Borough Council's two neighbourhood wardens, Darren Gilder and Rachael Bryant and the Banks family.
Gedling Borough Council's two neighbourhood wardens, Darren Gilder and Rachael Bryant and the Banks family.

Two dogs stolen from an Ingoldmells caravan park have been reunited with their owners after being found on a road in Nottingham.

An appeal went out to find nine-year-old boxer Lyla and two-year-old bulldog Bertha recently after they were thought to have been stolen from the site.

However, a dog warden in Gedling, in Nottingham, has since found the dogs after reports of dogs barking in the Porchester Road area.

A spokesman for Gedling Borough Council confirmed the dogs were reunited with owners Alan and Pauline Banks and their family through microchips.

The video, uploaded to Youtube by the council, shows the reunion.

The owners originally offered a substantial reward for the return of the dogs.

Lyla has recently had an operation and has a shaved ear. She is on five different medications and at the time of the original appeal said she has so far missed between 10-15 tablets.

Gedling Borough Council took the opportunity to remind pet owners to microchip their pets.