Corgi snatched from home, police need your help

UPDATE 1/1/18 – Buckrail is happy to report that Walsh has been found. After a scary couple of days he was turned in to the dropbox at the Idaho Falls Animal Adoption center.


 

JACKSON HOLE, WYO – Teton County Sheriff’s Office has issued a BOLO (Be On the Look Out) for a 1.5-year-old male corgi named Walsh believed to have been stolen from a residence on Hi-Country Drive on December 30.

Suspects are believed to live in the area of Hi-Country Drive or Seneca Lane. Suspect vehicle was a smaller vehicle, possibly a Subaru. The vehicle parked in the northeast corner of the Presbyterian Church. Suspects then walked to the residence on foot.

Anyone with information about this crime or anyone who may have seen this dog is urged to contact Deputy Goering at (307) 733-2331.

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