WEST TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - A local animal shelter is working to rehome its animals.
That's after the director disappeared.
We talked to Harmony Haven Animal Sanctuary Board Vice President Carol Dunham.
Dunham said they're working hard to find loving homes or facilities for about 10 remaining animals.
She said the nearby gun club will determine the future of the property.
This all stems from the disappearance of shelter director Alice Oswald.
She also goes by Anita.
She may be driving a burgundy 2014 Honda CRV.
If you have any information, contact police.
You can see her full statement below:
"Harmony Haven No-Kill Animal Sanctuary would like to thank everyone for their concern and assistance during this difficult time.
We especially appreciate the TV Channels keeping the unexplained disappearance of our Director, Alice (Anita) Oswald, in the forefront of the news.
In her absence, the Board is keeping the shelter functioning – although we are closed to additional animals being accepted. We also thank the other No-Kill Shelters who have taken some of our animals.
Be assured that our main focus is, and will continue to be, the welfare of the animals in our care."