Pit Bull puppy stolen from Grand Rapids home
Wood County sheriff officials say someone stole a Pit Bull puppy from a Grand Rapids home! It happened this past Friday.
Officials say two people approached a home and asked the resident about their dogs. The suspects then advised the victim they would confiscate the dog because it didn't have any tags.
Officials tell us there were two people involved. One is described as a white female with brown hair. The other is a male with short hair and a large build. They drove off in a white van with no markings.
If you know anything, call the Wood County Sheriff's Office.
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