Good news. A Siberian Husky who police say was snatched from outside a Toronto store has been reunited with its owners. Charlie the Husky was reportedly untied and taken by two men and a woman on Wednesday. A Good Samaritan says she found the dog on the boardwalk yesterday with two men who took off when she asked about the dog. Charlie was returned to his owners shortly afterward.
From Toronto Police:
on Tuesday, May 14, 2019, at approximately 5:30 p.m., Charlie, a 10-year-old Siberian Husky mix, who was tied outside of a store in the area of Armroth Avenue and Danforth Avenue two unknown men, and an unknown woman untied Charlie and left the area on foot toward a Green P parking lot. Charlie is described as a male, Siberian Husky, 100 lbs., with black and white short hair, and blue eyes. Charlie is very friendly and quiet.
The three suspects are described as:
- Suspect 1: White, male, with tanned skin, approximately 30 years old, 5’10″, light buggy eyes, long hair ½ in a ponytail, wearing narrow track pants, and missing some teeth.
- Suspect 2: White, male, approximately 30 years old, heavy set, with a round face, pale skin, short, brown hair, and wearing heavy rimmed glasses.
- Suspect 3: White, female, approximately 30 years old, short build, brown hair in a pony tail, pulling metal shopping cart with floral print on the inside.
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