Taith Coch Reserve is denying a report that two werewolves identified as living at the sanctuary are missing. Representatives from the Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures have gone on the record as claiming that two werewolves: "Rose" and "Danielle" cannot be located on their registration rolls (Please note that The Daily Prophet did not get permission to publish their real names).
"This is exactly what we were warning the community about," the Jacobins said in a statement. "Minister Granger-Weasley has been too lax with part-human communities, and now werewolves have escaped from an unplottable community. Young witches and wizards have been put in danger because of her complete recklessness and disregard for their safety."
Reached for comment, Byron Handley-Mills, the Head of the Taith Coch Werewolf Reserve had this to say: "The reports that we have anyone missing from our sanctuary are egregious lies. We deal with troubled young people from time to time, but we have never lost track of them. This is a scheme designed by radicals like the Jacobins to draw scrutiny toward our sanctuary when we have always followed the laws and are committed to the well-being of the magical community at large."
Both the Auror Office's Werewolf Capture Unit and the Office of Harry Potter refused to comment on whether there is an ongoing investigation, citing security concerns.
If you see anyone transforming into a werewolf, you are urged to contact the Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures immediately. Staffers have been dispatched into Diagon Alley and Hogsmeade to provide the towns extra protection during this time.