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Suffolk County Police - Headquarters
Wednesday November 13th, 2019 :: 09:00 a.m. EST


Police Rescue Six Dogs Left Outside in Freezing Temperatures

Suffolk County Police last night rescued six dogs from freezing temperatures in Manorville.
Seventh Precinct officers responded to a 911 report of dogs left outside unattended at 10:40 p.m. When the officers arrived on the scene, a non-residential area on Toppings Path near County Road 111, they found six unattended dogs, two on chains and four in cages, without adequate access to shelter. The temperature registered 25 degrees Fahrenheit, and the water in the dog’s bowls was frozen.
Police rescued the dogs, three beagles and three bloodhounds, ranging in age from one to five years old, and transported them to Animal Emergency Service, located at 280-L Middle Country Road in Selden.
Anyone with information about the dogs is asked to call the Seventh Precinct Crime Section at 631-852-8726. 
Authority:  Geraldine Hart, Commissioner   19-634488
Suffolk County Police Department   RC/0620

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Yaphank, NY 11980

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