HANCOCK, Maine (AP) — Maine sheriff’s deputies are looking for four pitbull puppies that were reported stolen from a home.
Jeffrey Long told police someone broke into his home in Hancock on Sunday afternoon and took four of his six puppies.
Long says his home was locked.
The puppies are 6 ½ weeks old. Three are black and white and one is a brownish, tawny color.
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The Hancock County Sheriff’s Department is asking if anyone has information about the stolen puppies to call them.