Puppies stolen from farm in Ephrata
Two English Bulldogs and a Boston Terrier go missing.
EPHRATA, Pennsylvania – The West Earl Police Department (WEPD) is investigating the theft of three puppies from a farm on Cabin Drive in Ephrata.
On June 28, it was reported that two English Bulldogs, both about eight to nine weeks old, and a Boston Terrier about two to three years old, were removed from the property.
The police are looking for a light blue, four-door sedan that is missing the rear bumper. You’re also looking for a dark, possibly Audi, SUV. Both vehicles may have been involved in the incident.
The suspect is a black or Hispanic man wearing a white t-shirt and baseball cap. Witnesses last saw him flee on foot before one of the two vehicles picked him up.
If anyone has information about people involved, vehicles involved, or took the dogs with them, please contact WEPD at (717) 859-1411.
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