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Four dogs missing from Prince George SPCA after overnight break-in

4 canine are lacking from an SPCA shelter in Prince George, B.C. after an in a single day break-in on Thursday.

Employees arrived on the location on Friday morning to search out somebody had damaged in and launched all the canine in a single part of the constructing. Two canine in one other part of the shelter weren’t launched.

Two of the lacking pooches have since been discovered and 4 stay unaccounted for. Two of the lacking canine had been being held on the shelter as a part of its animal management contract with the Metropolis of Prince George, in response to a Friday information launch from the BC SPCA.

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“We suspect that the break-in was associated to those two canine, however this has not been confirmed,” mentioned Jamey Blair, senior supervisor for the BC SPCA within the North Cariboo area, within the launch.

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These two lacking SPCA canine are described as a Rottweiler combine and a Nice Pyrenees combine.

Anybody who spots them is requested to contact the Prince George SPCA at 250-562-5511.

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