$7000 Chihuahua Puppy stolen from a Boca Raton pet shop by a family.
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BOCA RATON, FL (BocaPost.com) (Copyright © 2021 The Boca Post) —
A surveillance video has been released by the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office showing the theft a $7000 puppy from a pet store as perpetrated by what appears to be a family.
PBSO reports say that the four individuals visiting the pet store together on October 30th, 2021 had a young boy with them. Investigators say that the members of the family entered the Puppy Buddy Pet Store in the evening and left with a Chihuahua puppy worth $7000 but didn’t pay for it.
Investigators say the video shows two women working together to swipe Rosie, a female chihuahua 12 weeks of age. They say one woman in a black shirt concealed another in a white blouse picking up and putting the puppy into her bag.
Investigators say a man in a yellowish shirt stood outside while looking into the store during the operation and was obviously with the suspects. Another man was at the scene in a white shirt, and the child with him is believed to be son to the woman in the black shirt.
The suspects parked a 2021-2022 maroon Chrysler Pacifica upon their arrival.
Please contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-458-TIPS if you identify any of the suspects.