Nova is on the mend

PITTSTON – A dog recovering after being found neglected and abandoned on Davis Alley in Pittston earlier this month has been visited by his future employers – the agents tasked with saving the puppy.

Nova, an eight-month-old pit bull recovered on June 8 was visited by officers from the Pittston Town Police Department on Tuesday, according to a report on the department’s Facebook page.

The dog picks up at Maxwell’s House, a “pet” for dogs and cats located on Tunnel Street in Pittston.

“The Pittston Town Police Department made a special visit today to a special puppy (Nova) at Maxwell’s house,” the post read.

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The department reported that Nova was feeling “much better” and that Maxwell’s House would continue to nurse and treat Nova until the puppy was ready to go to work – as a therapy dog ​​for the police department.

“Nova has met a part of her new extended family,” the post said.

Screenshots taken from a CCTV camera were uploaded to the ministry’s Facebook page on June 14. The ministry advised citizens to be on the lookout for a light-colored Ford Escape, which is said to be a 2008-2012 model with a sunroof and front license plate holder.

The vehicle was last seen heading east on Butler Street towards Fulton Street, police said.

No arrests have yet been made in this incident.

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