Published On: Fri, Jan 30th, 2015 on 3:32 pm

Good Samaritan offers to help plaster lost dog Murphy nationwide

Get Murphy Home Posters

Posters put up in Manchester.

EXCLUSIVE: A mystery Good Samaritan has offered to help a dog search campaign from Bradford by sharing it further nationwide.

The person, who owns a printing company, has offered to print posters and help plaster them around the country.

Get Murphy HomePosters have already been put up in Manchester.

The posters depict a Siberian Husky named Murphy, who slipped from his collar in Scholemoor Cemetery on 4 December and didn’t come back as he usually does.

He is believed to have been abducted a couple of hours after he went missing and ever since his disappearance, his owners launched a campaign named ‘Get Murphy Home’.

“I am moved”

Murphy’s owner, Andy Smith, said: “Strangers, dog lovers, I don’t know… people that have fell for Murphy have gone above and beyond to help me get my boy home where he belongs. I am moved.”

On 28 March, campaign supporters from across the nation plan to walk simultaneously to highlight dog thefts in the UK whilst also attempting a world record.

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