By WCCO-TV Staff

UPDATE (5 p.m.) The animal rescue shelter Secondhand Hounds says it now has the puppies. The group says that one of the pups suffered a broken leg and another had a “hard infection” on its face.

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Authorities in the south metro are asking the public’s help in figuring out why four puppies were left at a golf course.

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The Chaska Police Department said Wednesday that four puppies were left at the Chaska Town Course shortly before 9 a.m. The person who dropped off the dogs was possibly driving a red-colored Nissan pickup truck with a chrome package and a cooler in the back.

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Anyone with information on the puppies is asked to call police at 952-361-1231.

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