Dog missing after burglary

Where’s Ollie? School counselor’s dog missing after burglary

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Where’s Ollie? The 14-pound terrier mix vanished after a burglary at a school counselor’s home in Denver, Colorado. According to KDVR News, the break in happened at Bethany Goodman’s home near West Alameda Avenue and South Tejon Street on Friday.

The thieves ransacked Goodman’s house and stole several items, but Ollie’s mom is only concerned about her pet’s whereabouts. She told the news agency, “Things can be replaced, but I’ve had Ollie ever since I’ve lived in this house so to not have him here it’s just hard.”

Dog missing after burglary

A $500 reward has been offered for Ollie’s safe return. Anyone with information about this dog’s whereabouts is asked to reach out to Metro Denver Crime Stoppers at 720-913-7867.

(Screenshot of Ollie via KDVR News)

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  1. Adrienne says:

    Pray that Ollie is found safe and not being used for any bad reasons. What a bunch of lowlife scum’s to not only break into a family’s home and steal things, but to take the dog is despicable. Hope their so-called friends see the reward and turn them in. Please keep us informed if any changes.

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  2. Donna L Hawkins says:

    Absolutely despicable to break into a home and steal their pet!! Yes I hope someone turns them in for the reward!!

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  3. Nancy Raymond says:

    PLEASE – Those living in the Denver area keep your eyes and ears open for Ollie – his mom is very upset and concerned for his well being -you can replace material things, but not a loved pet – Ollie needs to be home where he is safe – whoever did this needs a date with a tractor trailer.

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