Washington Co. deputies hope to reunite stolen dog with its owner

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    BANKS, Ore. – Someone stole an American Pitbull Terrier from a Banks, Ore. resident, and Washington County deputies are asking for help bringing her back home.

    Blueberry is described as one-and-a-half years old, with gray brindle fur and white markings on her chest and paws.

    Deputies first took a report back in November 2017 that someone had stolen two American Pitbull Terriers in Banks. They identified a suspect in the theft, but were unable to find the dogs.

    On May 9, 2018 one of the dogs was found wandering around in Tigard. Someone took the dog to the veterinarian, where they used a microchip to reunite the dog with its owner.

    The person that found the dog said that a man was seen driving around in the area searching for the dog. Washington County deputies believe the man may be in possession of Blueberry.

    If you have any helpful information, call (503) 629-0111.

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