Dog the Bounty Hunter calls for you to beat a burglar to give up: I’m coming for you

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Beth Chapman, who, with her husband, Duane ” Dog “Chapman, was, in the popular reality series” Dog the Bounty Hunter, ” died on Wednesday in a Honolulu hospital.

Reality TV star Duane “Dog” Chapman, is an invitation to the person who broke into a Colorado business that he owns the stolen property, and the property of his late wife, Beth Chapman, to turn himself in.

He said in a statement obtained by Fox News on Friday that: “The official Dog and Beth merchandise store, was robbed on Thursday. Not only did the thieves take thousands of dollars worth of clothing, the criminals took away valuable personal belongings of our loved one’s Day, which is a tribute to her kind left, and our wonderful fans around the world. We work in partnership with our friends in law enforcement to find these criminals and will offer a cash reward to anyone who provides information as to their identity. Who ever did this, you’d better watch out. The dog is in front of you.”

Chapman told reporters in a suburb of Denver, This Friday he will ask the police not to report the incident, as the person in the next 48 hours.


Chapman said outside his damaged storefront and the police released surveillance video of a man who is suspected to be the night of Monday the break-in.

Chapman said that the stolen items will be included in the bounty hunting gear of his late wife, Beth Chapman, who died in June after battling cancer. However, the star of “Dog the Bounty Hunter” franchise, said that he was leaving the matter to the police.

“The guy has 48 hours to call me and ask for forgiveness,” said Chapman.

Duane “Dog the Bounty Hunter” Chapman, talks to reporters outside his storefront, which was broken into on Friday, Aug. 2, 2019, in Edgewater, Colo. Police in Colorado said Friday they are investigating a report of a break-in at a business owned by “Dog” the Bounty Hunter” to reality TV star Duane “Dog” Chapman.(AP Photo/David Zalubowski)

Chapman’s business is on a busy street on the border of Denver.

Police chief John Mackey said the defendant had a large bag in the store for a short amount of time, and is left without anything in his hands. The police believe that some of the goods may already be sold on the online.

A passer-by discovered a broken glass door in the early am in the business. The police department, Cpl. Bob Green said on Friday that it was still on board the door once she was not able to reach anyone affiliated with the company, the so-called “Free as a Bird Bail Bonds.”


A person with the company, which reported a break-in on Thursday, but Green said. The company is not open to the general public.

Staff members were still compiling an inventory of what was taken. In the store, and some shelves for the hoodies and T-shirts were blank. With a computer and cash were dumped in a pile behind the front counter, and one of the “Dog the Bounty Hunter cup and was beaten in a close case, holding mugs and books.

Beth Chapman, left, and Duane Chapman,
(Wade Payne/Invision/AP, File))

As Chapman said, on a narrow sidewalk outside of the store, and a few passing motorists shouted out their support. Chapman said he was called in after a tour of the store, and that’s the only thing that he would like to return to the most, it is a Taser, used by Beth Chapman.

The funeral service July 13, in the Beth Chapman’s home state of Colorado.


The Series was played in the A&E show for eight seasons until it was canceled in 2012. The show followed the pair as they picked up people that have avoided the arrest warrants.

Later played in Country Music Television’s “Dog & Beth: On the Hunt.” WGN America, as well as in the production of a new series featuring the couple called the “Dog’s most Wanted,” set to premiere Sept. 4.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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