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Service puppy stolen from Georgia facility

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MILTON, Ga. (AP) - A Fulton County nonprofit is looking for a 3-month-old service puppy that they say was stolen from their facility.

Media outlets report that Dorie, a Golden Retriever puppy, was taken sometime between the evening of Sept. 3 and the morning of Sept. 4 from the Canine Assistants facility in Milton. Her harness, leash, and green service vest were also stolen.

The nonprofit has notified Milton Police and an investigation is underway.

Jennifer Arnold, founder of Canine Assistants, says this is the first time in the organization's 25-year history that a puppy has been stolen from them. The group helps train service dogs for people with special needs.

Anyone with information on Dorie's whereabouts is asked to call Milton Police at 678-242-2570. There is a $3,500 reward for her return.

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