A campaign has been launched to try and get a cockerpoo puppy missing for three weeks home for Christmas.

There has been a desperate search to find this tiny cockapoo puppy Roo, who went missing from Falmouth after the gate was accidentally left open following a delivery.

It’s now been nearly three weeks since Roo went missing, and her last confirmed sighting was a week ago, on the roads around Enys Gardens between Falmouth and Truro.

A Cornwall-wide awareness raising campaign has been set up to try and get Roo home for Christmas.

The campaign is putting up as many posters as possible of Roo around Falmouth, Mylor, Truro, and the surrounding areas. It’s also sharing her story via social media so everyone is aware and knows what to do if they spot Roo.

Falmouth Packet: Roo has been missing for three weeksRoo has been missing for three weeks (Image: Supplied)
A Facebook page has been set up called “ROO, WHERE ARE YOU?” which already has over a thousand members, but they need as many people as possible to join to raise awareness and share information and advice.

Roo’s owner, Kirsty Prabucki, says she couldn’t be more grateful to all those who have already offered to help by putting up posters and sharing her story on social media.


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Searchers asking people to help them bring Roo home for Christmas, by offering to put up some posters in their local area.

If they can they should text or call 07970763520 or 07709176098.

If you spot Roo, please do not approach or chase her, but take a photo, note Roo’s direction of travel, and immediately phone or text one of the numbers above.