Valuable dog theft: Police appealing for information
Baw Baw News By William PJ Kulich // 16:58, Monday 22 October 2012
POLICE are seeking public assistance in locating two Boston breed dogs, valued at $3000 each, which were stolen from a Moondarra property earlier this month.
Warragul Police Senior Sergeant John Brookes told The Warragul Citizen police are having difficulty finding the dogs, which have not been seen since they were stolen from a Coach Road property on Tuesday October 9.
The dogs went missing between 8am and 6pm and police have their registration numbers.
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Mr Brookes said the thieves knew what they were after, as three dogs of different breeds also on the property were left alone.
The dogs were being cared for by a 59-year-old man for his daughter, who is presently in Queensland.
Neighbours were unaware of the theft.
Anyone with any information should call the Warragul Police Station on 5622 7111, or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 1800 333 000.
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