Remember when a deaf pit bull puppy was stolen during a Timonium home invasion, and Baltimore residents raised such a ruckus that the family eventually got Thor back? (Thanks to some solid sleuthing by police, we should add.) Well, a similar puppy-napping has taken place in northeast Baltimore. Once again, property was stolen… along with an adorable young dog. And his owners are turning to to the public to help get him back.
Gabe is a bulldog-lab mix, and he was in his kennel when the thieves snatched him away. Worst case scenario, three-month old Gabe will be used as a bait dog to train other pit bulls to fight. Best case scenario, the guys who took him will be dumb enough to try to ransom him back to his owners and get caught in the process.
If you have any information about the burglary or dog-napping, contact Baltimore City police.
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