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Puppy stolen from vehicle in West Kelowna reunited with owner

This puppy has been reunited with its owner after being located by the Kelowna RCMP.
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February 26, 2021 - 10:06 AM

A puppy stolen from a vehicle in West Kelowna earlier this week has been reunited with its owner.

A Central Okanagan dog control officer spotted the stolen puppy on Lawrence Avenue near Gordon Drive in Kelowna just after 9 a.m. yesterday, Feb. 25, according to a RCMP press release. The puppy had been taken from a vehicle in West Kelowna, Feb. 23. RCMP do not say if the puppy had been left unattended in the vehicle, or if and where the vehicle was parked. Police do not say what breed the dog is.

RCMP were called and officers located the dog at a home in the 1100 block of Centennial Crescent. It was turned over to the dog control officer who reunited the puppy with its owner.

RCMP said officers also found a stolen bicycle at the home and it has been returned to its owner.

No charges have been laid, but RCMP said the investigation is ongoing.

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