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Mansfield police officers smash window to save toy dog

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Officers received a call from a concerned passer-by who reported seeing a dog left on the back seat of car parked on Church Lane in Mansfield.

The police officers smashed a window in the Mercedes and discovered it was, in fact, a toy dog.

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The toy's owner, Gordon Williams, 80, said police had done the right thing.

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