A dog, a one-year-old pure bred pitbull, was stolen from his owners last Sunday. The sheriff’s office just offered some money as a reward in hopes of getting the doggo back.
– A one-year-old pure bred pitbull was stolen from its home.
– The Kalamazoo County Sheriff’s Office is now offering a reward for the dog’s safe return.
– The dog has identification tags and has white fur on his chest.
The incident took place in Kalamazoo and the Kalamazoo County Sheriff’s Office is asking the community to help out. It is unclear how much the reward money is but the sheriff’s office will give it to anyone who can give leads as to the whereabouts of the doggo or who could bring the doggo back.
The dog was last seen wearing a black collar and it has identification tags. The dog’s name is Hercules and his fur is light brown. He also has white fur on his chest, which makes him more identifiable.
The dog was stolen from the porch of the home, which is an enclosed area. It is believed that the person who stole the dog reached into the enclosed area then unlocked the door so the dog could come out. Witnesses claimed they saw a white man with the family’s dog an hour after the dog owner realized the doggo was missing.
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