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Dog Groomer’s Van Stolen with 3 Dogs Inside

The vehicle and the dogs were later found.

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A groomer’s van was recently stolen with three dogs inside.

The vehicle, which belongs to Dogaholics Dog Daycare in Chicago, was found the evening of Sept. 23, CBS Chicago reports. The dogs were in it.

Dogaholics wrote in a Facebook post: “The van has been found with the dogs inside and we are working with @chicagopolicedepartment to reunite Pappy, Stella and Keith with their family.

The white Nissan van was stolen from the alley behind the business. It had reportedly been left unattended with the keys in the ignition.

“Our transport stepped out of the van to go grab some keys; he was gone for like 30 seconds to a minute. When he came back, somebody jumped in the van and drove off with the dogs in the back,” manager Ben Montgomery said, according to WGN.

 

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