View Royal Elementary School’s playground. The school had two fake coyotes to ward off geese but the pair is missing. (File photo)

View Royal Elementary looking for its missing ‘coyotes’

Chase and Dash were last seen on duty on March 6

View Royal Elementary School is missing two replica coyotes from its field.

They were “last seen on duty” Tuesday, March 6, according to a missing poster posted on the school’s social media.

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Chase and Dash are greyish brown, approximately two feet tall and weigh around 10 pounds.

The pair were last seen warding geese off the field.

The school is asking people to contact their office at 250-479-1671.

swikar.oli@goldstreamgazette.com


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