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LSiska

Stolen Chocolate Lab at Squamish this past weekend

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My friend Frankie's truck w/ his dog inside was stolen from a parking lot in Squamish. He was parked at the base of the Apron. Here are some more details-

 

HELP FIND WYATT!

 

Today my truck was stolen in Squamish. WYATT WAS INSIDE AND IS MISSING!!! It was parked at the bottom of the Apron on the Chief at the corner of Mamquam Forest service road and Hwy 99. This is a busy parking lot and there were many cars in the lot when it was stolen at about 4pm. They smashed out the lock core on the steering wheel and we found it on the ground where the truck was parked.

 

Any info on which way the truck was headed would be helpful. Contact Frankie with any details at 406-546-5271 (Works in BC)or 360-389-8698

EMAIL: FrankCD@gmail.com

 

CL ad and pictures here http://vancouver.en.craigslist.ca/van/pet/3891009497.html

 

Thanks for your help!

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some guard dog...

 

tweakers suck. goodluck on getting both the dog and the truck back.

 

Amen the house next door to me was recently broken into, cleaned it out, makes me afraid to go anywhere for any length of time now.

 

Hope there is a good outcome

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Wyatt was found late last night by the Kelwona police and was happily reunited with his owner. Thanks for helping to spread the word.

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Wyatt was found late last night by the Kelwona police and was happily reunited with his owner. Thanks for helping to spread the word.

 

 

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