Police have seized dozens of dogs in a theft investigation and are now looking to trace their owners.
Six people were arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to steal following an operation last month that found more than 80 dogs of various breeds and ages at an address in Suffolk.
And now police have released a video featuring 48 dogs they want to reunite with their owners.
A spokesperson for Suffolk Police said: "More than 80 dogs of various breeds and ages were found at West Meadows in Ipswich where police, assisted by partner agencies, executed warrants on Saturday 20 March.
"Over the past few weeks officers have been working hard to identify the owners of the 83 dogs. However, due to the lack of identifying features and information, the process has proved to be challenging. As yet, none of the animals have been reunited with their owners.
"Now the investigation team is asking potential owners, who have not contacted the constabulary previously to come forward."
"Anyone who believes they can provide proof of ownership should email the investigation team by 24 May providing a full name, contact details and the image number which relates to the dog(s) in question. "
Proof of ownership can include the following:
"The public should also be aware that some of these dogs may have been lost, stolen or moved on over a period of time so they may not look exactly as they did when they were last seen.
"The photos will also be featured on the constabulary’s Facebook page and Twitter account. Please note, that enquiries will only be received via the dedicated email address. Comments with any personal details or enquiries should not be posted on these pages/accounts.
"Six people were arrested in connection with the operation in March.
"A 38-year-old man, now aged 39, two 34-year-old men and three women aged 46, 41 and 35 - who are all from Ipswich - were arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to steal following this operation.
"They were all taken to Martlesham Police Investigation Centre for questioning and were initially released on bail until Friday 16 April, pending further enquiries.
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"Four of the six people – the 34-year-old man, the now aged 39-year-old man, the 41-year-old woman and the 46-year-old woman - have since had their bail date extended to Thursday 17 June.
"The other two people – the 34-year-old man and the 35-year-old woman - have been released and will face no further action at this time."
Detective Chief Inspector Nicola Wallace, Senior Investigating Officer for the operation, said: "We are keen to hear from anyone who believes any of the dogs in the images may be theirs.
"During the last few weeks officers have been liaising with other police forces around the country, as well as conducting a number of other enquiries, in order to establish where the dogs may have originated from.”