Stolen Windsor Puppies Found, Owner Doesn’t Press Charges
Monday March 12th, 2012
Posted at 12:31pm
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Just after 7pm Saturday evening, Windsor police were called to a business located in the 4600 block of Tecumseh Road East for a report of a number of puppies being stolen sometime between 10pm on Friday and 9am Saturday.
Police say that someone cut the chain link enclosure which housed the seven pure bred husky puppies and their parents and removed the puppies. On Sunday, police received some information regarding the location of the puppies at a residence in the 1600 block of Ford Road.
Police attended the located and five of the puppies were located. Two young persons ages 16 and 17 years were arrested at the scene without incident.
The owner of the puppies attended the residence to pick up the animals. S
Sunday evening officers received new information to the location of the last two puppies, and police attenuated a home located in the 1600 block of Westcott Road and found the two puppies inside the residence. The puppies were returned to their owner at this time.
All the puppies were found to be healthy and in good condition. The owner of the puppies did not wish to pursue charges in relation to this offence and as a result, the two young persons taken into custody were released with no charges.