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Colorado authorities search for three specially trained stolen German shepherds

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The Douglas County Sheriff's Office is seeking the help from the public locating three specially trained police and military dogs possibly stolen from Gunbil German Shepherds on Saturday according to a press release.

The highly trained dogs can be aggressive if approached the wrong way, and the public is warned not to go near the dogs, but instead notify authorities.

According to cbslocal.com, the owners and trainers of the facility, Amy Gunbil and her husband, told authorities more than a dozen dogs were released from their kennels on Saturday evening at their facility located at 14360 Arfsten Road in Larkspur. The dogs were running loose on the property, and all but the three best trained and most valuable German shepherds have been found.

The owners state the three dogs collectively are worth $100,000 because of their breeding, skill, and training.

For everyone's safety, the press release states:

"Please do not try and contact these dogs if you know of their whereabouts, these dogs should be considered aggressive towards people and other animals.

DCSO is following up on leads and is requesting anyone with additional information to call 911 if an emergency or the DCSO TIP line at 303-660-7579."

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