Six dogs once believed to have been stolen from a dog walker, and possibly even held for ransom, are now confirmed to be dead, killed after being left in the back of an overheated vehicle belonging to that same dog walker, police say, who once claimed the dogs had vanished.
The case of six missing canines has captured the attention of the Langley, B.C. residents after the dogs were reportedly stolen while in the care of their walker last Tuesday. The disappearance of Mia the pit bull, Teemo the poodle, Buddy the Boston terrier, Oscar the Rottweiler mix, Salty the border collie and Molly the blue heeler, prompted a massive rescue effort.
At one point during the search, publicity had reached such a state that one owner was targeted by a fake ransom demand. It is a heartbreaking scenario first believed to be the case of a set of stolen dogs, but it has since been confirmed that the six dogs died.
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