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Cortland Sheriff’s Deputies Investigate Missing Virgil, Freetown Dogs

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The Cortland County Sheriff’s Office is investigating two recently reported separate missing dog complaints.

The first incident occurred on September 9 at around 2 pm in the area of 2272 Route 11 in the Town of Virgil.

The dog is described as a 3-year-old male tri-colored beagle which has a black back and a white chest, wearing a blue collar.

A early 2000’s white Chevrolet van in poor condition and bearing New York State License plates was observed in the area when the dog become missing.

The occupant in the van was described as heavy set, 6’1,” with medium black hair.

The subject was seen exiting the vehicle briefly and drove away.

Cortland County Sheriff graphic

Cortland County Sheriff graphic


A second incident occurred on September 27, in the area of 1912 McGraw-Marathon Road in the Town of Freetown.

The dog is described as a 2-year-old, orange and white, spayed female Brittany Spaniel.

The dog was wearing a blue collar which displays owner information.

The Sheriff’s Office is looking for any information in connection with the missing dogs. Please call 607-758-5531 or 607-753-3311.

Provided by Cortland County Sheriff

Provided by Cortland County Sheriff

(WXHC posted this information which was provided by the Cortland County Sheriff’s office, to try to aid in their investigation.)

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