Police respond to Campbell sisters’ stolen dog claims

CAMPBELL, Ohio (WKBN) — Campbell police responded to a report of two missing pit bulls Thursday morning after two sisters reported that the dogs were stolen, according to a police report.

One of the women claimed that someone entered her residence through an unlocked door and took the dog. The other said her dog was last seen running up the street but thinks it was stolen.

Police filed a burglary report in the case.

The two dogs, sisters named Blue and Diamond, are about three months old. One of the owners said she paid $500 for her pit bull.

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