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Littleton police seek public’s help locating stolen puppies

Littleton Police are asking the public to help them locate two puppies stolen during an armed robbery on Jan. 17, 2022. (Photo Courtesy Littleton Police Department)
Littleton Police are asking the public to help them locate two puppies stolen during an armed robbery on Jan. 17, 2022. (Photo Courtesy Littleton Police Department)
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LITTLETON — The police department is seeking the public’s help in its effort to locate two puppies that were stolen during an armed robbery.

On Jan. 17, an armed robbery took place in the parking lot at 1208 Constitution Ave., during which the puppies and other personal belongings were stolen. The victim had agreed to meet another person to complete an online transaction for the sale of the puppies, according to police.

“We would love to reunite these puppies with their rightful owner, and ask anyone who has seen them to reach out to us,” Police Chief Matthew Pinard said.

Ethan Berlin, 23, of Revere, was arrested for his alleged involvement and arraigned Feb. 17 on the charges of armed robbery, malicious destruction of property, witness intimidation and two counts of larceny, according to the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office.

On Feb. 18, Judge Matthew McGrath found Berlin dangerous and ordered $3,000 cash bail with the conditions Berlin wear a GPS monitoring device, stay away from the victims and the other two suspects, surrender all firearms and stay at his father’s house. He is due back in court April 15.

Police say an investigation into the robbery is active and ongoing, and those with information are asked to call the Littleton Police Department at 978-540-2300.

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