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Police appeal to find owners of dogs which were “running loose” on main Moy Road

Two dogs have died after being injured on the Moy Road in Armagh early this morning.

And the PSNI is trying to locate the owners of the pets, which police said were “running loose” on the road.

It happened at around 1am.

The PSNI says two dogs died as a result of injury.

Officers also recovered two pups at the scene.

These will be passed into the care of the dog warden this morning (Monday).

Police want to hear from anyone who can help them with enquiries. Ring the non-emergency number on 101 and quote ref: 77 of 6/6/16.

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