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Search for dangerous dogs in Sch'dy

SCHENECTADY  - Officials say they are searching for two dogs that are considered dangerous.

Assemblyman Jim Tedisco released a statement late Thursday saying the two dogs, owned by Sean McKearn, of Dean Street in Schenectady, have a long history of aggression.

Tedisco says on back on June 30th, McKearn's dogs jumped out of a window and killed a 24-pound terrier mix named Templeton

Investigators say it happened while Templeton was out for a walk with his owner.

Tedisco says McKearn's dogs were returned to him by the city with the promise that they would be kept at a veterinary clinic, but the whereabouts of those two dogs are unknown.

Assemblyman Tedisco says he's drafting legislation that would alert the public if a dangerous dog goes missing.

(photo: Templeton, the terrier mix killed by two Schenectady dogs, according to officials.)

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