Warrants Issued for 3 People in Connection With Puppy Thefts

Three dogs were taken from a kennel in Holliston, Mass.

Three people will face charges in connection with the theft of puppies in Holliston, Massachusetts. 

Melanie Nee, 34, Paul Griffin, 32, and Luis Borges, 31, are charged with receiving stolen property valued at more than $250, according to the Boston Herald. Warrants have been issued for their arrests. 

The puppies were taken from the Pik-A-Pup kennel on Oct. 31. 

Thanks to an anonymous tipster, Holliston detectives found the dogs Nov. 2 at a home in Plainville, according to the newspaper. 

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