4 San Francisco Puppies Stolen In Brutal Attack

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — San Francisco police are asking for the public’s help in the search of puppy snatchers.

Four 3-week-old mixed-breed Doberman Pinscher and Beagle puppies were stolen from a Bayview District home in the 100 block of Cameron Way sometime Tuesday morning, police said.

During the burglary, which occurred between 9 a.m. and noon, the suspects appeared to have hit the two adult parent dogs with a blunt object, police said.

stolen puppies 4 San Francisco Puppies Stolen In Brutal Attack

These mixed breed Doberman Pinscher - Beagle puppies were stolen from a San Francisco Bayview District home in a brutal attack.

The puppies have black-and-tan coloring.

Anyone with information about the puppy burglary is asked to call San Francisco police Sgt. Neil Cunningham at the Bayview Police Station at (415) 671-2300 or the Bayview Police Station anonymous tip line at (415) 822-8147.

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