Police are tracking down a red car after the driver was suspected of 'paying interest in a dog' in Harborough over the weekend

Officers have launched an investigation into the “suspicious incident” in the town after being tipped off by a worried member of the public on Saturday

Monday, 12th April 2021, 8:48 am
Updated Monday, 12th April 2021, 8:52 am

Police are tracking down a red car after the driver was suspected of “paying interest in a dog” in Market Harborough over the weekend.

Officers have launched an investigation into the “suspicious incident” in the town after being tipped off by a worried member of the public on Saturday.

“We received a report of a suspicious incident involving a red car in Market Harborough, possibly paying interest in a dog.

Police are tracking down a red car after the driver was suspected of “paying interest in a dog” in Market Harborough over the weekend.

“We’re investigating and have found the correct registration of the vehicle,” said Harborough police.

“Please report anything suspicious to us so we can check.”

The incident comes after a mini-spree of dog thefts across Harborough and throughout Leicestershire in January and February.