Enfield Police looking for information on abandoned dog 1

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ENFIELD, CT (WFSB) -- Enfield police are asking for public’s help to provide information on a dog that was abandoned in a crate.

Police posted photos and information on Facebook, writing a German Shepherd with a blue collar and a black clasp was found in a crate down an embankment of State Street.

Enfield Police Officer J. Ryan told Channel 3 the dog was located near a marshy area, but his crate was not in the marsh.

The dog was taken to a local veterinarian where the dog was deemed healthy, but dehydrated, police said. Officer J. Ryan said the dog seems friendly, but is very scared.

Police are encouraging those who recognize the dog or know his or her owner, to contact Officer Ryan at Jryan@enfield.org or by voicemail at 860-763-6400 ext 1414.

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