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Texas police are asking for help after the veteran’s service-dog-stolen

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The police in Texas for the public to help a local veteran a service dog, was stolen last month.

Someone took Rosalyn, a 2-year-old mastiff, of Emmanuel, Bernadin at home after the break-in on Oct. 19, according to the Arlington Police Department.

Texas police are asking for the public’s help in finding the Roses, a local veteran a service dog. (Arlington Police Department)

Roslyn or Roz for short, is a Bernadin service animals, medical alert dog, police said.

The offender also stole “several items,” the department said. But Bernadin, told Fox 4 News that he just wants his friend back.

“It’s the most amazing thing,” he said. “The days are just so hard to be without her.”

In Texas, the police department, said a local veteran’s service dog was stolen during a break-in in the last few months. (Arlington Police Department)

THE VETERAN SAVES THE DOG FROM AFGHANISTAN, A WAR ZONE, PEOPLE TEND TO FORGET IT AT HOME TO ENSURE THE SAFETY

The Arlington Police Lt. Chris Cook said, ” there are no suspects or witnesses at this time.

“It is not only the stealing of dogs,” he told Fox 4. “It’s just not a common topic, so we’re baffled as to who would have thought that, in their minds, We are not only going to be in your house, but we’re going to steal your dog.'”

Police are asking anyone with information to call the Arlington Police Department in 817-459-6482, or leave an anonymous tip with the Tarrant County Crime Stoppers at 817-469-8477.

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Bernadin, is an Iraq veteran, told Fox 4 that he was a friend of his, and when he got a phone call from a neighbor telling him his window was open.

He went into the house and found the Roses had gone. Jewelry and electronics were stolen, ” he said.

“I’ve had to deal with a lot of the horrors of the night,” Bernadin told Fox 4. “It’s very difficult to get out of the terms and conditions of the war of Roses was there to wake me up in the moments that I am not alone by myself to go to sleep.”

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The veteran said he served in the Navy in 2007 and served two tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, on a medical retirement after his second tour de france.

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