Detroit, MI – Many of us know the upset and anguish that happens when a pet goes missing. Now add to that someone took your beloved dog right from your very yard.
The Detroit Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying and locating a woman wanted for questioning who took a dog from a residence on the city’s southwest side.
On Monday, May 7th, 2018, at approximately 1:50 p.m., a woamn entered the front yard of a residence located in the 1200 block of Hubbard. She takes a leash that was on the front porch, puts it on the dog and escorts the dog out of the yard. This person then left the scene in a white SUV, possibly a 2003-2004 Chevy Suburban. It is possible that the female in the video thought that the dog was abandoned. The location of the incident is currently under renovation.
Person described as a white female, 50 – 60, shoulder length blond hair, wearing a pink hooded sweatshirt. She was with young girl with natural blonde hair in a ponytail.
Dog goes by the name “Totem”. She is a pug mix, with a unique brindle coat. She has a dark snout and a white shield or heart on her chest, with a curly tail. She weighs about 22 lbs. and has a MHS tattoo. Totem had a Detroit seatbelt collar on her.
If anyone recognizes this suspect or vehicle and has any information pertaining to this crime please call Detroit Police Department’s 4th Precinct Unit at 313-596-5440, or 313-596-5400.