Naperville police receive hundreds of tips on stolen puppy that remains missing

Naperville Police are sorting via “masses” of tips received during the weekend and running with neighboring regulation enforcement as they are searching for to get better a 12-week old Pomeranian domestic dog stolen from a Petland shop Sept. four, officials stated Monday.

“I am quite pissed off right now,” Petland owner Carl Swanson said. “The folks who stole the puppy, they dumped it. Any individual else in all likelihood discovered it.”

Naperville Police Cmdr. Jason Arres said his department received hundreds of tips during the weekend and staff now is sorting through them.

The duo chargeable for taking the doggy from the Direction fifty-nine stores had been identified and are operating with police to help recover it, in step with regulation enforcement. Crime Stoppers has supplied a $1,000 praise for the dog’s safe go back.

The canine named Bella became taken Sept. 4 by using two those who asked to play with the dog in Petland’s socialization room. It becomes last visible near Root and New york streets in Aurora, in line with law enforcement. It has an embedded microchip registered to Petland. It’s miles anticipated to be well worth $2,500.


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in keeping with the yank Kennel Membership, the Pomeranian is a compact and lively toy dog with a thick double coat and “heavily plumed tail.” This puppy weighed three to 4 pounds with a largely black face and white chest, belly, front legs and different markings.

“Maybe someone who has the puppy will think $1,000 is higher,” Swanson stated.

Tipsters can touch Crime Stoppers at 630-420-6006 or www.Napervillecrimestoppers.Com. Callers can also stay anonymous.