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Amazon driver’s dog found after being ‘stolen’ from van


A Bristol delivery driver’s dog has been found after it was reportedly stolen from his van.

Amazon worker Nathan Edwards, 43, was distraught after Coco disappeared last month when he nipped into an Iceland store.

But the Doglost charity tweeted today (June 14) that Nathan had been reunited with the three-year-old female French Bulldog.

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The tweet quoted Nathan as saying: “Well today is a Miracle Monday, received phone call from Tom White Recycling in Coventry who found Coco dumped in their yard. We’re now travelling back 79 miles with our coco #Cocoishome. Thank you for all the support.”

Nathan spoke to Bristol Live in an appeal for information after the disappearance of the tan and black bulldog last month.

Coco, who rides beside Nathan when he delivers goods, went missing when Nathan stopped by Iceland in Channons Hill, Fishponds, at about 11.30am on May 28.

Nathan had nipped out for about 20 minutes. He had parked his van in the shade and cracked open the window so a breeze would enter the van for Coco. When he came back, she had disappeared.

Nathan said at the time: “I just have to throw myself in at work and focus, otherwise I am just getting stressed, anxious, agitated and angry all in one. It’s crazy.”

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