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Residents urged to keep eye out for lost cat

15:43 07 January 2014

Seven-year-old Jack who has gone missing from the Vine Street area of Romford

Seven-year-old Jack who has gone missing from the Vine Street area of Romford

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Romford residents are being asked to be on the look out for a lost family cat.

Seven-year-old Jack has been missing from his Vine Street home in the Mawneys area of Romford since Sunday and his owners are desperate to find him. Jack is very friendly and it is unlike him to be away from home too long.

Contact Lucy Self with information on zemoamerica@gmail.com or 01708746671.

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