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Sudbury police assist bylaw officers with dog, litter of puppies

A dog and a drawer-full of puppies are at a Sudbury animal shelter after police were called to help bylaw officers.

In a photo posted to social media, eight sleeping puppies are seen snuggled amongst a sheet inside a drawer being held by Const. Rachael Bilbija.

Drawer full of puppies held by Sudbury police officer who assisted city bylaw. (Greater Sudbury Police Service)

Because it is not a criminal matter, Sudbury police will not provide further details, spokesperson Kaitlynn Dunn told CTV News in an email.

The mother dog and her puppies were brought to Pet Save Sudbury, a local animal rescue, for care.

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