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Letter: Reader warns pet owners of possible threat

Sandra Coomer writes:

Yesterday afternoon our dogs were outside in the driveway on Milltown Church Road. A (truck) stopped in the road and started to try to coax the dogs to them. They didn't see Johnny Morgan in the yard. He heard them and yelled out at them and they got in the truck and ran off. They turned around somewhere up the road and came back through about five minutes later. Just wanted to warn people to keep and eye out for their pets. There is someone out there trying to steal them. I just wish they would have gotten hold of a certain one of mine because you can only pick it up a certain way or you will get teeth marks with blood. It's not dangerous just fragile. Just keep eye out and keep your pets safe. It's sad when your dog can't even be let out alone in the country. - Sandra Coomer

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