If there were an Oscar for the best Tweet, the West Seneca Police department would have a room full of them. If you haven't followed them on Twitter yet, you are missing out on some amazing tweets.

Yesterday, the West Seneca Police were at it again as they found a lost dog. Most police departments would just post a simple pic of the dog and ask for help with locating the owner.

The West Seneca Police took it a bit further and in the description of the dog, they added some humor and even took a shot at one of their officers.

In the Tweet, the West Seneca Police describe the dog as:

Appears Possessed (The dogs are are glowing in the photo)
Poorly Trained since it won't listen
Likes Candy Corn
Doesn't like Officer Sorbini (We have no idea why..but they did post a picture of the officer! hahaha)

They ended the missing dog post with "No Reward, Come get him, we don't want him"

The good news is that in the Tweet thread, it looks like the owner was found and Officer Sorbini doesn't have to deal with a possessed dog who likes candy corn and not him!

Check out the original post.


This is not the first time the West Seneca Police have taken the internet by storm. A couple of weeks ago they were live Tweeting the rescue of a pet who was stuck under the house in West Seneca. It was pretty funny and caught some of their officers in some humorous spots.

You can check out some of the best Tweets from the West Seneca Police HERE.

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