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Dog missing after B&E on M Street (UPDATE)


From Sarah:

My mom’s house was broken into today and she just got home. Her white and brown Australian shepherd is missing. His name is Bandit and looks like Barf from Space balls. She leaves at 2200 block of m st. One on the left …he’s 11 and barks ALOT..any infomation can email me (at slulu725@gmail.com) or call (804)244-1036 …or anyone at Union Market

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This follows another reported attempted B&E on the 900 block of 36th Street on Tuesday:

Attempted B&E at my home in the 900 block of N 36th St today. Keep all your doors and windows locked and set your alarms if you have them, as that deterred this burglar.

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Jenny Tremblay West
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Jenny Tremblay West

Hope he is found safe.

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Kathleen Sanders
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Shared on Facebook. I hope you find him very soon.

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RT @chpn: Dog missing after B&E on M Street http://t.co/ulwozIhMlo

Sarah
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Sarah

Bandit has been located he’s spending the night at the shelter ….Thank you to a lovely couple who found him this afternoon before we even knew he was lost. And CHPN for the quick post. Much love from Becky (his momma) Sarah, Hunter, Will and Brooke!

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Thank goodness!!! So sorry to hear about the B & E. So happy to hear that Bandit has been found safe! Thank you John for your work at CHPN – such a fantastic place to reunite dogs/cats and their people!!

K
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Glad to hear the dog is safe.

But angry and sad to hear B&Es continue around here. That they’re happening increasingly in daylight hours is even worse.

Emily Klinedinst
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Emily Klinedinst

You’re right, burglars prefer to do their thing when no one is home.

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