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19th Feb 2018

Heartbroken man appeals for help to find his dog who went missing in Dublin park

Keeley Ryan

Have you seen Buster?

The owner of a Yorkshire Terrier who went missing in a Dublin park has launched a social media appeal to help find him.

Adorable Buster was last seen in Father Collins Park in Clongriffin, Dublin, on the morning of February 15.

The Yorkshire Terrier, who is microchipped according to his owner, was wearing a high viz jacket and collar when he went missing.

He is described as being of adult age, with black and tan fur.

His heartbroken owner launched the social media appeal under the hashtag, #findbuster, to try and locate the “dearly loved family pet”.

In a series of tweets, Buster’s owner said that it is feared the missing dog may have been stolen so he could be sold.

He added that they have been told none of the CCTV in or around the park is working.

He continued:

“He is a dearly loved family pet and there is a reward offered for his safe return or information leading to his safe return.”

Hundreds of people have joined in the search to try and find Buster, hoping that they can help reunite the pair.

Anyone who may have information about Buster’s location, or information about what happened on that morning,  is asked to contact 0868037831 or 0863754349.