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Public assistance sought to find missing dog

The public is being asked to reunite a missing dog with its owner.

Armstrong RCMP report that on Thursday evening, a small, tan coloured Chihuahua dog went missing near the fire hall on Westside Road. The dog was last seen running down the road in that area.

Anyone who has seen the dog is asked to call the Armstrong RCMP.

 

 

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