Friday, July 9, 2010

Stolen Puppies

Posted By on Fri, Jul 9, 2010 at 5:01 PM

Tucson Weekly reader Steven just sent us this heartbreaking note:

I was in a meeting in my home. So I shut the door and was on the phone. While I was in the meeting, someone broke into my house. They stole 2 teacup poodle puppies that were born about 5 weeks ago. They were still breast feeding on the mother and not yet on puppy food. They also stole a projector, a blue book bag (which I am assuming they put the puppies in) and tried to steal my Wii before I must of startled them. I am located at 22nd/Wilmot area. I must of startled the robber because he left without taking the Wii I had. He pulled the box out and looked like he was going to take it, but he left in a hurry out the back door. I am assuming he must have heard me in the other room.

I can replace the items no problem in my home, but the puppies are non replaceable and I am reaching out in desperation to see if anyone can help me recover them. Here are a couple of pics. The cops were called at 8:51 this morning on a 911 call, and finally came to my home around 1:20 p.m. Very sad response times. Thanks in advance for any help you might be able to give.

Call Steven at 971-6671 if you have any information.

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