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City Police Investigating Burglary Compaint At Allegany Co. Animal Shelter

February 25th, 2019 by WCBC Radio

On February 24, 2019, 8:07 a.m. the Cumberland Police responded to the Allegany County Animal Shelter in the 700 block of Furnace Street for a burglary complaint.  When officers arrived they met with volunteer staff who advised them that an outbuilding that contained cats for adoption had been burglarized.  Officers further learned that sometime during the evening of February 23rd or the early morning of February 24th someone had forced the door open to the building. The suspect then intentionally opened the cages and removed the animals or let them loose.  The Cumberland Police are asking anyone with information about this crime to contact the Allegany County Crime Solvers or the Cumberland City Police.  

One Response to “City Police Investigating Burglary Compaint At Allegany Co. Animal Shelter”

  1. February 25, 2019 at 1:39 pm, Lav said:

    This is as much animal abuse as the non-human female who shot her boyfriend’s dog in cold blood. So, appropriately, when this no-good, single-celled organism is found, throw the book at it! Allegany County has THE only no-kill facility in the state, not to mention all the good they do with fundraisers and adoptions, and this idiot sets the cats free to roam again, starve, or get killed? NO! Not here, not in my city. Let the justice system make an example!

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