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Central Mountain woman is looking for Pezz, an 8-week-old teacup Chihuahua.

Owner looking for stolen teacup pup

A central Mountain woman is looking for a teacup Chihuahua which she says was stolen from her Sunday at a flea market on Barton Street.
Pezz — eight weeks old and without its required shots which she was supposed to get this week — was taken from a table at Hagglers, said Dawn Coulton.
She weights about a pound, has four white paws with a black body and brown legs, and fits in the palm of an adult’s hand, she said.
The incident occurred around 2:55 p.m. Coulton says the dog was taken by a woman with shoulder-length blonde hair who stood about 5-foot-6 and was wearing a heavy black coat. She drove away in a gold sedan, possibly a Chrysler Intrepid.
The pup was the runt of the litter, she said, and is likely scared and could easily catch a virus.
Coulton said Pezz was one of three pups she had on display to be sold after they received their shots this week.
Anyone with information about the puppy is asked to call Coulton at 905-538-3540-or 519-771-5444.

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