HARRIS COUNTY, TEXAS (KTRK) — Authorities are on the lookout for three men who allegedly stole bulldogs valued at over $20,000 from a pet store in north Harris County.
The eight-week puppies were stolen from Pet City before 7:30pm Friday. The thieves took four English Bulldogs, which are worth $3,500-$5,000 apiece. They also took two French bulldogs, each worth about $3,500.
The men’s actions were caught on surveillance video. In the video, two men are seen taking the dogs and placing them into a kennel, leaving the cages open. As the men exit the store, two other individuals are seen assisting in the theft.
“You need to bring back our dogs,” said owner Sheri Stack. “We’re going to find you.”
Workers at the pet store say they are worried about the dog’s well-being and health. One dog was injured during the theft as he jumped out of the cage.
Pet City owners are offering an $800 reward for each puppy.
Anyone with information is urged to contact Pet City at (281) 587-2336.