to connectVideoTwo French bulldog has been found after missing for 18 months
Five siberian husky puppies were stolen from a pet store in Arizona, and 18 months later, the two of them were to be found in California, according to police.
Two of the five French bulldogs stolen last year in Arizona, and allegedly was found in California 18 months later.
Chris Kriaris, told Fox 10 in Phoenix, arizona, his dog was stolen on Jan. 10, 2018, if the animal was just a puppy. Surveillance video from that day showed the two men out of a shopping center in Tempe, about a 15-minute drive away on-site parking. The men stole five French bulldog puppies from the animal kingdom pet store with a large trash can, according to the Tempe police department.
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The Tempe Police department posted photos of the stolen puppies (the department’s Facebook page last year, but as soon as they were caught.
Kriaris, told Fox-10 that he bought one of the puppies, named “the Goat” is short for the dog to have been stolen, but he is not allowed to leave the store at the time of the purchase, because it was on a 14-day hold, while you are medicated.
“It was a horrible thing to go through,” Kriaris said to the tv station. “The days went to weeks and weeks into months, and there is no need lose hope.”
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Last week, a woman in the northern California town of Antioch, about an hour’s drive from San Francisco, california, found that two of the five stolen dogs, dogs walking down the street. The goat and the Bruiser as the chips are reportedly marked them as stolen, and Kriaris’ wife, got the surprise phone call that the dogs had been.
She decided that she was going to take both of the dogs. “My wife said,” We are going to pick them up right now,'” Kriaris said.
He told the media outlet, as he and his wife took a road trip the next day from Arizona to north carolina, and a two-and-a-half days later, they came back with a Goat and a Bruiser.
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“I saw it when we first got to meet them, and that the two were together, and breaking them apart is not an option,” Kriaris said.
The other three were stolen from the French bulldog has continued to be unaccounted for.