$5000.00 Reward Issued For Return Of Stolen Dog



by Alex Lloyd Gross

Nov 18, 2022

A distraught family has issued a $5000.00 reward for the safe return of their dog that was stolen from their vehicle.  They went to the WAWA  on the 3900 block of Aramingo Ave. They went inside to buy a few things. When they returned, the rear door of their Jeep was open and their dog, a two year old boxer mix named Theo was missing.

 

Dogs do not open car doors. Someone opened the door and took him, or left the door open as a sick joke and the dog ran out. Police are treating this as a stolen dog. The owners have put up flyers all across the city, specifically in the Port Richmond area in the hopes of the dog being returned.

 

The reward is no questions asked. If you stole the dog, the owners will pay you $5000 for the safe return of the animal, No security footage of the incident was released.  Theo has been missing since November 15, 2022.

 

 


Alex Lloyd Gross
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