West Shore RCMP are investigating after a dog named ‘Lilly” was reportedly stolen from a fenced yard in Langford.
On Wednesday., West Shore RCMP received a call from a Langford resident at around 11 p.m., who said their dog, a Bluetick hound named Lilly, was stolen from their fenced yard.
According to police, thieves cut open a section of a fenced yard on the 1700-block of Falcon Heights Road and likely used treats to entice the large dog, Lilly, away from the home.
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Investigators who attended the scene spotted the damaged fence and a discarded bag of food, which is believed to be the item used to lure out the dog.
Lilly is described as an 85 pound female Bluetick hound. She has a mostly black coat with bits of white and two white spots on the top of her head. She has a tattoo in one ear, and one of her ears has a slight cut in it. She has light brown paws and was wearing a pink collar at the time she was taken.
Our female blue tick coon hound who is 8 years old was stolen from our property In Langford (off Finlayson arm rd)around…
— West Shore RCMP (@WestshoreRCMP) April 4, 2019
Anyone who may have witnessed the incident or has information on the whereabouts of Lilly or the people who may have taken her are asked to call the West Shore RCMP at 250-474-2264 or report anonymously through Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.