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UPDATE: Railroad contacts owners of missing dogs, sharing sad news

• Updated Apr 26, 2018 at 6:34 PM

(UPDATED at 6:32 p.m. Thursday, April 26, 2018) The owners of the two missing dogs contacted the Reflector this afternoon, sharing this sad news:

“The roadroad just called and confirmed very unfortunate news. They had a great life.”

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(ORIGINAL post) Two local residents are searching for a pair of young dogs who escaped from a fenced-in yard Monday evening.

The dogs left their Erie County home located in the area of Berlin and Barrow roads between Berlin Heights and Huron.

Livi (a black retriever) and Lacy (a pit bull/boxer mix) are both “extremely friendly and love people,” owners Brian Evans and Autumn Downing told the Reflector in an email. “We believe they could be in the woods still or that someone picked them up.”

Both dogs are under the age of 2 and love to run.

“We aren’t too sure how far they could have gotten and we do live with woods surrounding us,” the owners said. “If you do see them, please don’t be afraid to approach them.”

Local police, humane societies, dog wardens and pounds have been contacted about the missing dogs. 

If you find these dogs, call Brian Evans at 419-202-8933 or Autumn Downing at 419-271-9751.

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