Stolen Puppies from in Estey’s Bridge, N.B. Returned Safely to Owners
Three puppies stolen from a farm in Estey's Bridge, N.B., have been located and safely returned to their owners. With assistance from the public, police were able to locate the animals and return them unharmed to their owners.
No arrests have been made, however the investigation is continuing. The RCMP would like to thank the public for their assistance in this matter.
Three puppies were stolen from a farm in Estey's Bridge, N.B. and the RCMP is asking for your help locating them.
The puppies were taken from Wilson's Farm located on Kingsley Road Tuesday morning around 2 - 4:30 a.m. The puppies were taken from their kennels in a barn on the farm. The RCMP said the puppies have not been weaned and are in danger of being extremely sick and could die if not located and returned.
The RCMP describes the dogs as a male Chihuahua with dark brown and white in colour. The other two dogs are both Havanese-Maltese. One is female, black and white in colour with a white coloured left ear and a black coloured right ear. The other is a white and brown male with a brown accent on his back.
Contact the Keswick detachment at 506-357-4300 if you have any info about where the puppies are, or if you know anything about his incident. You can stay anonymous by using Crime Stoppers toll free at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), or by Secure Web Tips at www.crimenb.ca.