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Toronto is on the hunt for 16 dogs in stolen van

It's a tough day for dog owners in Toronto. At around 11:30 a.m., a dogwalker's white van was reportedly stolen in the Fort York Boulevard and Bathurst Street area. The van had more than one dozen dogs inside.

UPDATE: The dogs are back with their owners.

Police are currently investigating and are looking for the white Ford panel van. The dog owners are taking to social media to plead for the safe return of their pets.

All afternoon, local pages such as Bunz have been lit up as people try to locate the van and its precious cargo. As CBC News reports, the dogs were in a Soulmutts Toronto van. It was apparently stolen when an employee went to pick up another dog.


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