Canine lacking after Palmer Twp. fireplace

PALMER TWP. Pa. – Police are asking residents to be looking out for a misplaced canine after it escaped a home fireplace Saturday. 

In accordance Deputy Hearth Chief Jim Alercia, crews responded to the fireplace Swanson Avenue round 6:20 p.m. and had the fireplace out inside 20 minutes.







A feminine Yorkie sporting a pink collar and tags went lacking after a fireplace on Saturday. 


The escaped canine, a feminine Yorkshire terrier, was one in all three in the home on the time. One of many others was rescued and brought to an animal hospital for therapy. A 3rd canine died. 

 

The hearth began in laundry room, officers say, and is below investigation, however is just not thought-about to be suspicious. The home is at the moment not livable and the owners are staying with associates. 

 

Anybody who see the lacking canine is requested to contact the Palmer police at (610) 759-2200

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