Lost and hound: Moment missing Border Collie Rosie wanders into a police station… after owners’ frantic search to find her
- CCTV captures the moment a lost Border Collie wandered into a police station
- Rosie was being walked with a second dog when she managed to get separated
- But the ‘clever’ pet can be seen making her way through the doors of the station
- Many have heaped praise on Rosie after the footage was shared on social media
This is the astonishing moment a missing Border Collie wandered into a police station and handed itself in after getting separated from its owner.
Police have praised ‘clever’ Rosie after she walked through the automatic doors into the waiting room of the station in Loughborough, Leicestershire, last Friday, after getting lost.
Her owner had been frantically searching for her but was unable to find her.
However, an hour later Rosie was reunited with her relieved owner.
Leicestershire Police said: ‘Thankfully she was wearing a collar, so a lead was available to contact Rosie’s owner, who was delighted she had been found safe and well.
‘Rosie was being walked nearby with a second dog when she managed to wander off. What a lovely, clever dog.
‘Our staff fetched some water for Rosie, and made fast friends with plenty of fuss.’
Since police posted the footage on their Facebook page, it has attracted more than 2,000 views and shares.
Lost Border Collie Rosie handed herself into a police station after getting separated from her owner on a walk
The moment was caught on CCTV after it wandered into the waiting room in Loughborough, Leicestershire, last Friday
Social media users were quick to share their opinions on Rosie’s adventure.
Johnny Connell said: ‘She clearly followed signs for the nearest lost and hound!’
Shar Jones wrote: ‘Obviously wants to be part of the K-9 unit and become a police dog.
‘Glad she ended up safe and well at the police station.’
Karon Kendillon-Hollis said: ‘I didn’t even know humans could get into Loughborough police station still.’