Owner of lost puppy offers £1,000 reward for its return
By Darnell James-Percival
A £1,000 reward is being offered by the owner of a six-month-old puppy called Phantom which went missing near Aylestone Great Central Way on Sunday.
Phantom went missing between 5 and 9am but was last seen at 1.30pm, near Aylestone railways.
Owner Daniel Costelow said he was offering such a high reward because he wanted Phantom’s return urgently as he is concerned for the little puppy’s wellbeing.
He said the dog means a lot to him and to his family too. He added: “He’s part of the family.
”Phantom has been in our family for a long while and originally won it for my son.”
Mr Costelow posted a message on Facebook, offering a £1,000 reward, and saying: “He’s 6 months old and very very scared so any sightings please don’t hesitate!!!, Answers the name phantom he’s been gone nearly 24 hours he needs to be found!!! Reward for his safe arrival”
If anyone sees Phantom or knows where he is, they are urged to phone Mr Costelow on 0748 7791655.