John Snedegar posed with the three coonhounds he found tied to a tree in Knott County on Thursday afternoon. The dogs were stolen from the Kentucky Coon Hunt in Grant County Friday, Oct. 1. Michael Snedegar, John's son and owner of one of the hounds, received an anonymous tip telling him where to find the dogs around 9 a.m. Thursday.
John Snedegar posed with the three coonhounds he found tied to a tree in Knott County on Thursday afternoon. The dogs were stolen from the Kentucky Coon Hunt in Grant County Friday, Oct. 1. Michael Snedegar, John's son and owner of one of the hounds, received an anonymous tip telling him where to find the dogs around 9 a.m. Thursday.
John Snedegar posed with the three coonhounds he found tied to a tree in Knott County on Thursday afternoon. The dogs were stolen from the Kentucky Coon Hunt in Grant County Friday, Oct. 1. Michael Snedegar, John's son and owner of one of the hounds, received an anonymous tip telling him where to find the dogs around 9 a.m. Thursday.

Lost coonhounds come home, thanks to an anonymous tip

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