San Francisco SPCA Offering Reward for Stolen Puppy

San Francisco SPCA Offering Reward for Stolen Puppy

James, an 8-week-old puppy, was stolen from the San Francisco SPCA's Adoption Center at approximately 3:45pm today. James is a light brown and white mixed breed puppy. He was scheduled to go home with his new adoptive family this evening. He has been neutered and his microchip number is 982000167765783.

The SF SPCA has both photos and video footage of the abduction. Those involved in the theft are described as a Latino couple in their mid-30's that were accompanied by a child. The man is approximately 5' 7", heavy-set, with spiky black hair and a short beard. The woman was approximately 5' 6", thin, with dark hair. They were accompanied by a 4 – 6 year old boy with dark hair. The group was driving an older white Sedan, possibly a Toyota Camry or Honda Accord.

The staff at the SF SPCA are very concerned for James' well-being and are eager to have him back. They are offering a $500 reward for James' safe return. The SF SPCA urges anyone with any information to call the them at (415) 554-3029. We are asking all DogTrekkers to spread the word.

Posted on: November 8, 2011

SPCA San Francisco Puppy Theft Stolen Reward
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