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Have you seen missing Gaz?

PUBLISHED: 15:32 13 June 2018 | UPDATED: 15:32 13 June 2018

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A four-year-old boy has been left devastated after the family’s distinctive dog went missing near Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach.

Gaz is a two-year-old German Shepherd Husky cross, with one brown and one bright blue eye.

He was last seen at 8pm on Friday when owner, Curt Johnson, was loading his van in Swanston’s Road and Gaz ran out from underneath the garage shutter doors.

Mr Johnson said: “I fear now he has been stolen, because I know how much people love their pets and we don’t have a stray dogs problem in this country.

“I have a four-year-old boy who misses him like crazy. He keeps asking if he has gone to another home and I don’t know how to answer him.”

Gaz is mostly dark with slight colouration to his back legs.

The council, police and vets have been alerted and he has an up to date tag.

If you have seen Gaz, call Mr Johnson on 07796411722.

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