ARLINGTON, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Arlington Police rescued a couple of dogs Thursday night after being flagged down by a couple of women who witnessed a driver dump the dogs before taking off.

It happened at the intersection of Center and Bardin.

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The dogs have collars but no identification attached.

Dogs rescued by Arlington Police (credit: Arlington Police).

Arlington Police gave them some of their own snacks to coax them out of the street and into the back of a police cruiser.

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The dogs will be available for adoption soon at Arlington Animal Services.

Rescued dog and Arlington Police officer (credit: Arlington Police).

“If you have any info on who dropped the dogs off, we would like to hear from you,” Arlington Police said on their Facebook page Thursday evening.

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