Molly’s been gone since last weekend.
Molly’s been gone since last weekend.

Beloved Molly still missing

DESPITE joy for one family reunited with their precious pooch, the search is still on for missing Molly.

The Border Terrier went missing this week when her family from north Queensland stayed in Warwick during Cyclone Yasi.

We received news of a number of sightings of the two-year-old in the Locke Street and Pratten Street areas.

Ann Hayward, Molly’s granny, has been out searching for her to no avail.

“I’d almost given up hope,” she said.

“But then I had a call from someone saying they saw her. I went looking, but couldn’t see her anywhere.

“I’ve almost lost hope again, but a friend told me to keep faith. The main thing is that she is still in town and not out bush.”

Molly’s family had to return to their home in Townsville but Ms Hayward lives in Warwick and is hoping to find her.

Her three young female owners miss the dog terribly.

If anyone sees Molly call 0434 580 626.


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