Found by a passerby driving on North Ave. in Garwood. No collar. If anyone in the surrounding area may know who this dog belongs to he is currently safe at Garwood Police Headquarters at 403 South Ave. in Garwood. Please call the police desk with any information at 908-789-1500.
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