ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - An Albuquerque car dealership has stepped in to donate two new computer tablets to Animal Humane New Mexico.
The tablets are placed outside every dog's room in the adoption center so people can pull up information on each pet.
But last week, just hours after Animal Humane posted a thank you online to the couple who donated them, someone broke in and ripped off two of the tablets.
Now Garcia Subaru will replace the stolen ones.
The dealership is also the sponsor of Animal Humane's big annual fundraiser, the Doggie Dash and Dawdle on Nov. 2 at Balloon Fiesta Park.
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