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Police seek witnesses after 6 puppies abandoned in King Township

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York police are looking for witnesses after six puppies were found abandoned roadside on Tuesday in the Township of King. 

The puppies did not appear distressed and had no visible injuries, police said

Photograph of six puppies, appearing to be Huskies, in a black wire cage outside.
A passerby discovered the puppies in a wire cage in the area of Weston Road and 15th Sideroad on Tuesday afternoon, York police said. The puppies did not appear distressed and had no visible injuries. (York Regional Police)

York police are looking for witnesses after six puppies were found abandoned by a road in the Township of King earlier this week.

Police were called to the area of Weston Road and 15th Sideroad around 2:30 p.m on Tuesday after a passerby found the puppies in a wire cage at the side of the road, police said in a news release Wednesday. 

The puppies are described as “being similar to a Husky breed,” police said. They did not appear to be in distress and had no visible injuries. 

“The puppies were taken into the care of Animal Services where they will be receiving the necessary care and attention,” the news release said, adding that they are not ready for adoption yet.

Anyone with information is asked to contact York Regional Police or leave an anonymous tip with Crime Stoppers.

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