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Tenby's inshore lifeboat searches for possible missing dog

Lifeboats News Release

Tenby’s RNLI inshore lifeboat launched at 4.50pm this evening (23rd November) after a report from a member of the public that a dog was possibly in a distressed state and cut off by the tide near Amroth.

Once on scene, the volunteer crew did a shoreline search from Amroth to Wiseman’s Bridge but with nothing found and no more reports of a distressed dog, the lifeboat was stood down by Milford Haven Coastguard, arriving back at station at 5.40pm.

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