Nov 1, 2016 10:33 AM
LONDONDERRY — The puppy pulled from a river has been reunited with its family, police said.
The Londonderry Police Department posted a photo of a scared pup on their Twitter and Facebook accounts Monday in hopes that someone would recognize him.
The puppy pulled from the river has been reunited with its family!— LondonderryNHPD (@LondonderryNHPD) October 31, 2016
Police said they pulled him out of the river near Gilcreast Road. He was reunited with his owners later that day.
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