Oklahoma woman says thieves stole 12 puppies from her home

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Coal county woman has dogs stolen from home

COAL COUNTY, Okla. – Whether it is the Grinch or Cruella de Ville, an Oklahoma woman wants to find who is responsible for stealing a dozen puppies from her home.

Logyann Battles says she and her 8-year-old daughter has just returned home from running errands on Thursday afternoon when they noticed their back door was kicked in.

“It was just me and my little girl. We were kinda nervous. I didn’t, I didn’t want to go inside and I didn’t have a gun on me at the time. So we just kinda hung out until the sheriff’s department got here and then I noticed that the dogs were gone,” Battles told KXII.

Battles says all 12 purebred rottweiler puppies are gone, but says the thieves didn’t take anything else.

“The backdoor had been kicked open but there was cash laying on the kitchen counter that was still there, there was guns in plain view that were still there. I mean, they didn’t take anything,” Battles said.

Now, officials with the Coal County Sheriff’s Office are searching for the suspects, saying they could face felony charges.

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