Thieves accused of breaking into home, stealing puppy

Thieves break into home, steal puppy

The police in Los Angeles, California, are hoping to get a tip which will lead them to the identity of thieves who broke into a family’s home; the puppy-snatchers made off with the family’s puppy. According to Wednesday’s Daily News, a man and woman kicked in the door of a home on Tobias Avenue, in Panorama City, on Saturday afternoon.

The puppy-snatching couple made off with the family’s three-month-old husky puppy, “Lucy.” According to Lucy’s family, the thieves are described as a male Hispanic, approximately 24 years of age, around five feet 7 inches tall. The woman is also described as Hispanic, approximately 18 years of age and around five feet tall.

Anyone with information about this couple, or who has information about Lucy’s whereabouts, is asked to call the Los Angeles Police Department Mission Station detectives at 818-838-9864 or 818-838-9810; or Crime Stoppers at 800-222-TIPS.

 

6 replies
  1. Barkley's Mom says:

    There is a lot left out of this story, Is this all they stole? They have a good description of the robbers did they have surveillance? I hope they find the puppy, hopefully someone will see the story and the pup and turn these horrible people in.

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