Police Want to Identify and Locate Woman who Stole a dog [Video]

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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.White Suspect SUV

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.

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