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PSPCA looking to identify person who allegedly stole puppy from Philadelphia headquarters, agency says

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PHILADELPHIA - The Pennsylvania SPCA is asking for the public's help to identify the person who allegedly stole a puppy from the organization's headquarters in Philadelphia on Sunday.

According to the PSPCA, a woman took a small white terrier mix out of a kennel and placed it in her purse around 2:19 p.m. and then left the building.

The puppy had been adopted by a family and remained in the shelter for spay surgery scheduled for Monday, the agency says. The agency also says the dog's new family is "heartbroken" and leniency may be considered if the puppy is returned to the shelter immediately.

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