UPDATE: Stolen puppy recovered
LANSING, Mich. (WILX) - The three-month-old Golden Retriever named Cedar that was stolen from the Hannah Plaza in East Lansing, has been found and reunited with its owners.
Meridian Township Police say the puppy is safe and healthy.
The dog was inside a Jeep Wrangler Friday night.
Both the dog and vehicle were stolen while parked in the Hannah Plaza in East Lansing Friday night.
Police say the stolen Jeep Wrangler is still missing.
Police believe the license plate was changed by the suspect.
The Jeep was last seen in the Leslie area.
If you see the jeep or know any information, you are asked to call police.
A woman is looking for her puppy that was stolen along with a Jeep in East Lansing.
The three-month-old Golden Retriever named Cedar was stolen from the Hannah Plaza in East Lansing.
The dog’s owner says her brother was dog sitting when he made a quick stop at a convenience stores in the plaza, leaving the pup in the running car. When he returned a few minutes later, both Cedar and the Jeep were gone.
“I don’t care what it takes. Leave her on a curb, on a sidewalk, leave her in a building, no questions asked. I really just want my dog back. We just want people to know she’s a pet. She has a family and she’s missed,” said Marissa Leonard, Cedar’s Owner.
Leonard is offering at least a $1,000 reward for Cedar’s safe return. If you find the dog or know anything about where she might be, contact police.
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