Puppy Stolen from Vehicle in Chaska Reunited with Owner

Puppy Stolen from Vehicle in Chaska Reunited with Owner Photo: Chaska Police Department

August 19, 2018 04:09 PM

A puppy stolen from a car in Chaska has been found and reunited with his owners, according to police.

The Chaska Police Department tweeted Sunday that Goldy is home, and a suspect has been identified.

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The puppy's owner, Brette Johnson Hermann, wrote on Facebook that Goldy was stolen around 4 p.m. Friday near the Chaska Goodwill Wholesale lot off of Lyman Boulevard, near Crosby Park and Lake Hazeltine.

RELATED: Police: Puppy Stolen from Vehicle in Chaska

Goldy is a 10.5-week-old mini labradoodle.

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Anthony Brousseau

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