Brett Colton last saw his dogs Xander and Ami (pictured) alive Feb. 18. Then, on April 4, about six weeks after they went missing, a passer-by discovered the bodies of two huskies that matched the description on the posters Colton had plastered on telephone poles and in businesses across the area.
Brett Colton last saw his dogs Xander and Ami (pictured) alive Feb. 18. Then, on April 4, about six weeks after they went missing, a passer-by discovered the bodies of two huskies that matched the description on the posters Colton had plastered on telephone poles and in businesses across the area. Photo provided
Brett Colton last saw his dogs Xander and Ami (pictured) alive Feb. 18. Then, on April 4, about six weeks after they went missing, a passer-by discovered the bodies of two huskies that matched the description on the posters Colton had plastered on telephone poles and in businesses across the area. Photo provided

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