A devastated Essex mum has offered a reward of £15,000 for any information that helps her track down her beloved Chow Chows Bonnie and Clyde after the pair of pooches were stolen on Friday.

Dani Lines bought the puppies last October, and the two Lilac Chow Chows are belived to be worth up to £25,000 as their breed is very popular, reports EssexLive.

On Friday (November 27) Dani's world was torn apart when Bonnie and Clyde were stolen from her home on Nazeing Road in Nazeing.

At around 4pm Dani returned home from work and let the dogs, her six Chow Chows and two Bull herder s ecurity dogs, run free in the field they rent behind their house.

But later that evening when Dani's partner called the dogs inside Bonnie and Clyde were nowhere to be seen.

Dani just wants her beloved dogs back

The 23-year-old mum said: "We usually let them run freely outside, it's all secure and fenced off so I usually leave them to run freely to tire them out.

"Usually Bonnie and Clyde are the first to run back in the house, then they lay by my fire and sleep for hours it's the routine they've got."

Dani frantically asked her neighbours if they had heard or seen anything suspicious at the time they were stolen.

She added: "One neighbour said they heard a dog screaming, screeching and crying so I don't know if that was them being dragged by their fur or what.

"My dogs won't go to a stranger, if you want them you will need to drag them, I know for a fact they would have been so distressed.

Dani is offering a £15,000 reward for information

"There are only four of them in the country, they are the two eldest in the country, my worry now is that they will breed Bonnie and she has never had a litter before.

"I know how much horror they are going to be in, one thing I'm worried about is if they are separated."

Dani is now offering a £15,000 reward for the safe return of both Bonnie and Clyde.

She said: "My partner has two kids and I've just given birth two weeks ago but we haven't bought a single Christmas present yet, we've put all our money into getting the dogs back.

"They mean everything to me they are our dogs, I've never had a day without them. I can't even go on holiday to leave them- they make my house a home.”