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Police Officers in Minnesota Tend to a Puppy Thrown From a Car Window by Fleeing Suspects.

During a police chase in Minnesota, a puppy was reportedly thrown out of a stolen vehicle and is now being cared for by police department employees as it recovers from its injuries.

Fox 9 Minneapolis cites the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office as saying the puppy was tossed out the window as deputies pursued a stolen vehicle driven by individuals thought to have shot someone.

Deputies were able to prevent the carjacking of a second vehicle from occurring after the suspects refused to stop and at one point brandished a gun.

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In spite of repeated requests, “the suspects still refused to stop and started driving the wrong way on Interstate 694,” according to a Facebook post from the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office.

“As deputies pursued the fleeing suspects, the rear passenger door suddenly opened. When one of the deputies heard gunfire, they yelled, “Watch for a gun!” and moved to safety.”

The statement added, “From the open door, the suspects tossed something out of the stolen vehicle.” “There was a crash on the highway, and a white object rolled into the lanes of traffic. The stolen vehicle eventually came to a stop after being subjected to a pursuit intervention technique.”

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According to the police, two of the suspects ran away from the car while the other two stayed inside. They found out later that the white thing that had been tossed out the window and rolled into traffic was a puppy.

About 50 yards from where he was thrown, the police located the puppy hiding in the snow.

Taho, the dog, was injured by a car and is expected to live, according to the police.

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According to the post, “Taho will remain in the custody of the Sheriff’s Office and be fostered by one of our dog-loving employees,” and the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Foundation is now accepting donations to help pay for the puppy’s medical expenses, which are estimated to be at least $7,500.

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