Police: Puppy Stolen from Vehicle in Chaska

Goldy. Photo: Facebook

August 19, 2018 04:10 PM

UPDATE: Goldy has been found and reunited with his owners, according to police.

A labradoodle puppy was stolen out of a car Friday evening in Chaska.


According to the puppy's owner on Facebook, Brette Johnson Hermann, at around 4 p.m. their new puppy Goldy was stolen near the Chaska Goodwill Wholesale lot off of Lyman Boulevard, near Crosby Park and Lake Hazeltine. 

He is a 10.5-week old mini labradoodle and weighs 11 pounds. When he was last seen, he had on a blue collar with a University of Minnesota tag with 'Goldy' and the owner's phone number on it. 

The Goodwill store lot has cameras, but the store is closed until Monday, according to a friend of the owner.

If anyone has any information regarding the puppy's whereabouts, they are asked to call the owner at 612-221-7561.


Tommy Wiita

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