A TINY terrier called Bentley that was 'dognapped' from a convenience store last week was found in Cambridgeshire. 

The canine companion that was stolen from Londis in Middleton Road, Banbury, on Tuesday was reunited with his owner earlier today.

Thames Valley Police confiremed that a 25-year-old man from Banbury has been arrested on suspicion of theft and is currently in custody.

Cherwell police officers posted photos of this morning's joyous reunion and many locals took to social media to praise them for their efforts.

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One Facebook user Heather Monks said: "Well done to the police, and thank you.

"With everything else you have got to do at the minute you still found time to find the gorgeous Bentley, so pleased he is back home with his family.

"I bet he is getting really spoilt rotten at the minute and so he should be, wonderful end to a sad story."

Another resident Michelle Gatto wrote under the post: "Well done to the police.

"The devastation that pet theft causes is unmeasurable.

"So happy for Bentley and his family."