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Gardaí returned this bundle of stolen puppies to its rightful owner

The guards were only delighted to help.

A BUNDLE OF huskies probably makes a welcome change to the illegal items gardaí are used to seizing.

PastedImage-65216 She was presumably the happiest woman in the world at this moment. Source: An Garda Siochána

These four puppies were stolen from a house in the Crumlin area of Dublin overnight on 20 October.

After a short investigation gardaí were able to obtain a search warrant for a house in Poddle Park, also in Crumlin.

The four young puppies were seized and returned to their owner.

12185465_10153414142243001_9096745259399620550_o Source: An Garda Siochána

“Great work put in today and great teamwork,” gardaí said on Facebook.

It gave everyone involved and in the station a great lift. We all love a happy ending.

12132515_10153414142318001_3872382900948463007_o LOOK AT THAT FAAAAAAAAAAACE Source: An Garda Siochána

No arrests have been made and the investigation is ongoing.

Gardaí say dog theft is “quite common”, and owners of quiet dogs who are unlikely to bark up a fuss are advised to be conscious of this.

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