Dogs freed from locked car – again

Dogs rescued from locked car Friday. photo courtesy of the SCV Sheriff's Station.
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The temps may have been a little cooler for two dogs freed from a locked car Friday, but leaving them there in the first place remains very much – not cool.

A deputy with the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station smashed the window of a locked car after someone complained about the dogs left inside it.

“We had to do it,” Shirley Miller, spokeswoman for the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station wrote in a post to social media Friday.

“We broke a window today to remove two small passengers in a car’s backseat,” she wrote.

It happened over at a parking lot on Via Princessa.

The temps may have been a little cooler for two dogs freed from a locked car Friday, but leaving them there in the first place remains very much – not cool.

A deputy with the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station smashed the window of a locked car after someone complained about the dogs left inside it.

“We had to do it,” Shirley Miller, spokeswoman for the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station wrote in a post to social media Friday.

“We broke a window today to remove two small passengers in a car’s backseat,” she wrote.

It happened over at a parking lot on Via Princessa.

A car window was shattered by a deputy who rescued two dogs from a locked car. Photo courtesy of the SCV Sheriff’s Station.

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