The force can also be contacted through direct message on Facebook or Twitter.
Police have urged dog owners to take extra security measures to keep their dogs safe, including ensuring pets are micropchipped, and not leaving them alone in the street, or in cars.
Dog owners are also urged to make sure their property, kennels and garden is secure, and that dogs aren’t left alone in gardens for long periods of time.
Support us with £3 a month membership and go ad-free. For the last ten years, Caerphilly Observer has provided an award-winning, balanced, and independent news service to the people of Caerphilly County Borough.
However, running a professional news service comes at a financial cost. Caerphilly Observer is predominantly funded through advertising and while this has supported us in the past, the future economic outlook in light of the coronavirus outbreak looks bleak.
We believe the public should be informed about their community, coherently and with context. We also believe that public interest journalism should not be put behind a paywall.
We are asking readers for their support to help us develop and grow our service.
Our membership costs just £3 a month and in return, you can use our website without adverts.