Pit bull puppies nabbed in late-night Edgemont home invasion

Calgary police are looking for three men who broke into a northwest Calgary house and stole two puppies late Wednesday night.

Culprits seemed to know what they were looking for, police say

Two pit bull puppies, similar to these dogs, were stolen in a home invasion in northwest Calgary, police say. (Associated Press)

Calgary police are looking for three men who broke into a northwest Calgary house and stole two puppies late Wednesday night.

It happened at an address in Edgemont around 11:30 p.m. MT.

The men entered the home and appeared to know exactly what they were looking for — two purebred pit bull puppies, police say.

There were no injuries.

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