SURREY (NEWS 1130) — A recent break and enter in Surrey which left people across the Lower Mainland heartbroken and worried, now has a happy ending as a family of pups have been reunited after three were stolen.
Surrey RCMP has confirmed that all three American bulldog puppies that were stolen in the break and enter on April 10 have finally been reunited with their mom.
Good news! Some stolen puppies in South #SurreyBC have been reunited with their mom. They were taken during a break and enter at a home on 8th Ave. earlier this month. The photos are everything BG: https://t.co/us56xwffi7 pic.twitter.com/A90Iv1AcmI
— Sonia Aslam (@SoniaSAslam) April 20, 2021
The first puppy, ‘Rosie’ was brought home on April 12, two days after the pups went missing. The story was shared by news outlets and people through social media, and it was discovered that the puppy had been sold to someone at a car show in Mission, B.C.
Meanwhile, the other two puppies were located by police after a thorough investigation, and they were brought home April 16.
“This was a rewarding investigation for our officers,” says Corporal Dan Barrows, of the Surrey RCMP Property Crime Target Team, adding, “Everyone feels good about being able to return these little pups to their family, and it was made even better by the fact that we did it with help from the public.”
The owners are very grateful to have their furry friends back home safe and sound.
???? A recent break and enter in #SurreyBC which left people across the Lower Mainland heartbroken and worried, now has a happy ending as a family of pups have been reunited after three were stolen. https://t.co/Oi8EGEJGVo pic.twitter.com/wjliIYGnb6
— CityNews Vancouver (@CityNewsVAN) April 21, 2021