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Indiana police are looking for two teenagers who allegedly took 10 puppies from a pet store on Sunday.
Officials say two teenagers were caught on surveillance video removing 10 puppies from their kennels at the “Hug-A-Pup” pet store in Hammond, Indiana, late Sunday evening until early Monday morning.
The teenagers took the 10 puppies and put them in a “large sports bag” before fleeing the store and heading east, police said.
The Hammond Police Department said in a Facebook post that the teens took “4 orange Pomeranian puppies, 3 white poodles and 3 white and orange ‘Teddy Bear’ puppies.”
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Police described the teenagers as thin and noted that they were both wearing dark hoodies and pants.
Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call 219-852-2980.