Police seize seven dogs in Llandudno and Conwy following animal welfare concerns
Police in North Wales have seized seven dogs after concerns were raised about their welfare.
Members of North Wales Police’s rural crime team have today executed search warrants in the Conwy and Llandudno areas, in partnership with RSPCA Cymru inspectors.
The three warrants, supported by colleagues from the Cheshire Police rural crime team, came in response to animal welfare concerns.
Seven dogs, two vehicles and a number of other items were seized from two locations.
North Wales Police said the dogs are now safe in RSPCA care as the investigation continues.
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