PINOLE (CBS SF) — East Bay Regional Park District police are searching for two herding puppies that were stolen near Dotson Family Marsh at Point Pinole Regional Shoreline, the department said on social media Wednesday.
The puppies were stolen from their owner on the morning of July 8, between 8 a.m. and 11:30 a.m., police said. The two puppies are black and white Border Collies that are about five to eight weeks old.READ MORE: Steph Curry, Draymond Green Ready For Play-In Game; Warriors To Take On Lakers Wednesday Night
@regionalparkspd searching for herding puppies stolen on 7/8/19 near Dotson Family marsh at Pt. Pinole. Contact Dispatch at 510-881-1833 with information. #120 #pleaseRT #stolenpuppies #pleasehelp #beonthelookout pic.twitter.com/SZPnSWComc
— Regional Parks PD (@RegionalParksPD) July 18, 2019READ MORE: Demonstrators Call on San Francisco to Keep Great Highway Closed to Cars
The owner, who is a herder, relies on the two working puppies for his livelihood.MORE NEWS: Marin County Steps Up Effort to Vaccinate Youth
Police are asking anyone with information regarding the stolen puppies or their location to contact the East Bay Regional Park District Police Department at 510-881-1121 (emergency) or 510-881-1833 (non-emergency).