5 French bulldog puppies were stolen from a Lethbridge house, and their owner, in a frenzied pursuit, was struck by the getting away vehicle, state authorities in the southern Alberta city,
Private investigators stated on Sunday simply before 1:30 p.m., a couple reacting to a Kijiji ad marketing the three-week-old puppies for sale went to the lady’s house on Trent Rd.The owner left the space where the couple were viewing the pups and returned to discover they had actually gotten away the house with the canines.Police said the owner
followed the duo in her automobile and pursued it to the crossway of McMaster Blvd. and Whoop-Up Dr., where she attempted to open the door of the suspects’newer model silver Jeep– thought to be a 2015 or 2016 design– with a broken motorist’s side mirror.The Jeep peeled away, dragging the young puppies’ owner about 30 feet and hitting her,
leaving her in health center with non-life threatening injuries. Cops stated the lorry was last seen heading eastbound on Whoop-Up Dr.The 5 missing young puppies are referred to as two blue mantle, one blue pied, one blue brindle and one blue fawn.Police are searching for 2 suspects consisting of an Arab male in his mid-20s, about 5-foot-7, with a thin develop and a brush cut who was using glasses, a sports jacket with white writing, a white Tee shirts and a baseball cap. His declared accomplice is a white lady in her mid-20s, about 5-foot-4 and 200 pounds with blonde hair, great deals of makeup, spandex pants, tank top, green jacket and a baseball cap. Several witnesses have already been interviewed, police stated, and the investigation continues. Anybody with details is asked to call Lethbridge cops at 403-328-4444 or Criminal activity Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-8477. On Twitter: @ShawnLogan403
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