Puppy stolen from Arlington Heights store

  • Two suspects were captured on video surveillance in connection with the burglary of a Yorkshire terrier from a store in Arlington Heights.

    Two suspects were captured on video surveillance in connection with the burglary of a Yorkshire terrier from a store in Arlington Heights. Courtesy of Arlington Heights Police Department

 
Daily Herald report
Updated 5/7/2021 2:45 PM

Two men recently broke into an Arlington Heights dog store and stole a Yorkshire terrier puppy, police said Friday.

The burglary occurred at Pocket Puppies, 1457 E. Palatine Road, during the overnight hours when the business was closed, according to a police department bulletin. Video surveillance captured both suspects -- hooded and wearing masks -- who forced entry into the store.

 

Police say the corresponding microchip for the stolen puppy is #900217000115164.

Investigators are seeking information about the incident, the offenders, and whereabouts of the puppy at (847) 368-5300 or Crime Stoppers at (847) 590-7867.

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