The dog was freed from inside the locked car (credit: Havering MPS)
Officers forced entry into the vehicle, parked in the Liberty car park, at around 6pm yesterday after a call by a concerned member of the public.
The dog was found to be ‘in distress’ and was ‘clearly panting.’
After being freed from the car, the dog was looked after and given plenty of water.
The owner returned 90 minutes later.
Call to a dog in a hot parked car in #Romford @MPSHavering, #EAtaskforce attend and dog clearly panting & in distress. Entry forced to the car and dog removed, plenty of water given before owner returned 90 minutes later! #DogsDieInHotCars pic.twitter.com/k63IfdhXMe
— MPSSpecials (@MPSSpecials) June 14, 2021
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