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SFPD has new info about poisoned meatballs
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Police have new information about poisoned meatballs found in San Francisco, which have already made at least two dogs sick. ABC7 News first reported on the meatballs last week.
On Tuesday night police say meatballs containing rat poison are being lined along buildings and places where dogs relieve themselves.
Hundreds have been found across the city, mostly on Crestline Drive, Parkridge Drive and Burnett Avenue in the Upper Market area.
Police have not made any arrests.
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