• Police rescue dog left in car at Wrentham Outlets


    WRENTHAM, Mass. - Police have rescued a dog that was left in a car at the Wrentham Outlets.

    Wrentham Police posted Sunday afternoon that it was 88 degrees outside when they found the pup, and temperatures inside the car could be well over 100 degrees.

    The dog is safe and cool, resting at the police station.

    Police say the owner will find an empty car when they’re done shopping. They’ll find their dog, and charges, waiting at the police station.


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