A £10,000 reward is being offered to help find two beloved pets stolen from their home.

French bulldogs Tilly and Bow were stolen from their home in Kinmel Bay more than three weeks ago. Tilly is blind and Bow can't have puppies.

The theft, which happened overnight, has been reported to the police.

Tilly is blind. The family have had her for eight years

Owner Rebecca Bufton said: "Christmas was just terrible without them. Tilly is blind and will be very unsettled. There have been microchipped but there was no cctv of the theft.

"The kennel they were in was smashed open with a spade. They were obviously stolen so they could breed them but there are no good for breeding as they have been spayed.

"We were hoping that by now they would have dumped them and they would be back with us.

"We've had Tilly for eight years and Bow is two. They are our family pets."

Rebecca said as Tilly is blind, she can be aggressive with other dogs.

Bow is two-years-old

She added: "She is not aggressive with us but she will be stressed.

"I don't know what I want to say to the people that have got them. I haven't got the words. I just want them back."

Anyone with information is asked to telephone North Wales Police on 101 or Rebecca on 07592675320.