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DOYLESTOWN – After a house was broken into on Christmas and four Cane Corso puppies were stolen, an anonymous animal lover is offering a $400 reward for the safe return of the dogs as soon as possible.

The owner is worried about the puppies health, as they were only three weeks old when they were taken and still nursing from their mother.

Anyone with information about the puppies is asked to contact the sheriff’s office at 330-287-5758 or email Capt. Hunter at dhunter@wcjustice-center.org. Tips can remain confidential.