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Woman jailed for puppy farm fraud

Video: Cruel scam exposed in joint police and RSPCA sting

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A woman has been jailed following a police probe into a series of cruel ‘puppy farming’ offences.

Fifty-five-year-old Helen Kay Moorey advertised on various websites and duped buyers into believing the border collies she was selling were the home-bred offspring of her own pets.

Thames Valley Police has released the video above, which was taken on an officer's body worn camera.

For the full story see tomorrow's Newbury Weekly News and the front page of the Hungerford edition.

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