Thieves got away with more than they bargained for when they stole a grey Ford F-150 from the front of a business in south Edmonton Monday afternoon — two old English bulldogs.
Police said Wednesday that the owner of the truck had been inside a business near 101 Street and 34 Avenue for about 20 minutes only to come out and find smashed glass and an empty parking stall.
The 2014 truck, carrying the two dogs and the ATV, were stolen around 2:30 p.m. Later that same day, the truck is believed to have been involved in a Leduc hit-and-run collision and was last seen travelling towards Calmar.
The dogs are described as a six-month old black and white male named Rocky and a three-year-old brown female named Jersey.
The truck was bearing Alberta plate RPA249. The black and yellow 2016 Can-Am DS 90 quad was bearing Alberta plate GDA50.
Source:: Edmonton Journal