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UPDATE: Dog In CDA Returns Home, Not Stolen

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UPDATE: 

“Remington” returned home and it appears that he had just ran off and was never stolen. Thanks to everyone for their concern. 



PRESS RELEASE FROM THE CDA POLICE DEPT: On Wednesday at 3:13 am Coeur d’Alene Police Officers responded to the 800 block of N. 18th took a report of a stolen dog. The victim Susan Ross stated she left her one and a half year old Rottweiler locked in his kennel in the back yard at 5:30pm the previous evening. Susan left her residence to stay with some friends.

When she returned home in the early morning hours she discovered her dog missing from his kennel. The kennel door had been in a locked position when she left indicating that someone had to physically open the door and remove the dog. Susan said her dog named Remington is a friendly dog that does not bark. Susan valued her pet at $1000.00.

>>>If anyone has any information on this theft or the location of Remington please contact Coeur d’Alene Police Animal Control at 769-2320.

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