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Pit bull allegedly stolen from Tewksbury

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A two year old Pit bull named Lucc disappeared December 21, 2013 from Emily Drive in Tewksbury, Mass., according to the Lowell Sun. Samantha Halley, Lucc's owner, says he was stolen by her ex-boyfriend, who had been threatening for days to take him.

Lucc had been outside in a fenced-in yard at Halley's parent's house Saturday night when he disappeared. He was outside alone less than ten minutes when the family realized he was missing. The police were contacted when Halley noticed footprints and paw prints side by side going up to the gate. Lt. Robert Stephens said they are investigating and police were at the scene.

Lucc has golden brown hair, a red nose and was wearing a red collar. Anyone with any information is urged to call the Tewksbury police at 978-851-7373.

“He might be out walking the streets. I'm not sure where he is,” Halley stated as reported by the Lowell Sun.

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