BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KGET) — At about 1 a.m. on Wednesday somebody broke onto Bakersfield Animal Management. They jumped the fence, received to the kennels, and let the canine out. It was a jailbreak.
Over 20 pups have been lets unfastened on the grounds however a witness reported it to Bakersfield Police Division.
“Animal Management Heart 201 off South Mt. Vernon RP (reporting celebration) believes 905’s (animals) are being let unfastened from inside,” a primary responder on radio stated. “2015 we’re going to should alert animal management there are likely 10 to 12 canine which are unfastened.”
Canines are nonetheless on the unfastened and animal management asks so that you can preserve your eyes peeled.
“These canine have been a minimum of within the shelter, had meals and water that they had sheets and blankets to sleep on and now they’re simply working unfastened, Govt Director Julie Johnson of the Bakersfield Animal Management stated. “And God is aware of what destiny they might endure. Mount Vernon is a busy road.”
A store proprietor only a block away stated she typically finds canine wandering the road.
“I’ve seen a number of [dogs],” Proprietor Judy Garza of United Printing stated. “It’s not like day by day however perhaps a few times each week we’ll see a canine on the market strolling round. I get a bit of bowl and provides them water and if I’ve one thing for them to eat I’ll as a result of lots of them are hungry however I simply actually wish to get them off the road after which I’ll go take them to the shelter myself if I’ve to.”
Nearly an hour and a half after the get away, a German Shepherd was reported being hit by a practice a number of blocks away. It’s unclear whether or not or not this canine was part of the group that escaped.
Johnson gave a message for the perpetrator and anybody who could be considering of doing the identical.
“These are individuals’s pets that somebody let loose,” Johnson stated. these have been canine that have been simply introduced in as stray and we expect it’s actually heartless that you just’re hurting households.”
For those who’ve seen the pups you’re requested to name Bakersfield Animal Management at (661) 326-3436.
Bakersfield Police Division confirmed for 17 Information an investigation of the break-in is underway.