Magner the alsatian rescued by police officer in Fordham after sneaking out of concerned owner's home

PUBLISHED: 16:26 01 November 2017 | UPDATED: 16:26 01 November 2017

Magner the alsatian rescued by police officer in Fordham after sneaking out of concerned owner’s home. The pair posed for a selfie together afterwards.

Magner the alsatian rescued by police officer in Fordham after sneaking out of concerned owner's home. The pair posed for a selfie together afterwards.

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Magner the alsatian was rescued by a police officer in East Cambridgeshire yesterday after he had snuck out from his "very concerned" owner's home in Fordham.

Magner the alsatian rescued by police officer in Fordham after sneaking out of concerned owner’s home.Magner the alsatian rescued by police officer in Fordham after sneaking out of concerned owner’s home.

Dog whisperer PC Guy Spencer went to the dog’s aid after he escaped at about 6pm yesterday.

A police spokesman said: “He took off for an adventure, before our man ‘collared’ the runaway and returned him safely to his owners.

“Magner is obviously a well loved family pet as he is both chipped and wears a clear tag which enabled PC Spencer to return him promptly to his very concerned owner.

“It is thought that Magner snuck out when nobody was looking.

“PC Spencer braved a barrage of licks and cuddles, and is thankfully uninjured from the encounter.

PC Spencer, who took a selfie with Magner after finding him, said: “I was having a rough day to be honest - but Magner made it a lot better.”

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