Man loses dog, replaces it with stolen pup

A 25-year-old man stole a dog at gunpoint South of Market early Thursday morning, according to police.

A man and a woman were standing near the intersection of 5th and Harrison streets when the suspect approached them and pulled out a handgun.

When he asked where his dog was the pair said the suspect’s dog had been taken by Animal Care and Control.

Then the man took their dog and fled.

No one was injured in the robbery.


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