Veteran's service dog stolen

Veteran’s service dog stolen during apartment break-in

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A veteran’s service dog is missing after someone broke into an apartment in Arlington, Texas. On Friday, the Arlington Police Department reached out to the public for assistance in locating the two-year-old Mastiff named Roslyn.

The department writes:

We need your help to get a local veteran his service dog back.

On October 19, someone broke into Emmanuel Bernadin’s home in the north part of the city and stole several items, as well as his service dog Rosalyn. Rosalyn, pictured here with Bernadin, is a two-year-old Mastiff who assists him as a medical alert dog.


According to the police, Roslyn and her crate were taken during the burglary.

Information needed

Anyone with information about this situation is asked to reach out to the police. If you have any information on this crime, please call Detective Kate Phillips at (817) 459-6482. You can also provide tips anonymously by calling Tarrant County Crime Stoppers at (817) 469-TIPS (8477).

(Images via Arlington Police Department FB page)

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