By Eric Kurhi
Oakland Daily Tribune
HAYWARD — There's a pair of puppies out there worth a pretty penny — if returned to the rightful owner.
Two 10-week-old pit bulls, named Chocolate and Ashley, disappeared from the backyard of Fair Norton's Highland Drive home on Aug. 12, when her fiance left them alone for five minutes.
The dogs found a little hole in the fence, wiggled out and went into the creek bed that runs behind her house, Norton said.
From there they went into the nearby quarry, to an open field across the street and meandered around the neighborhood, ending up near Mission Boulevard.
How does she know this?
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