VERNON COUNTY, Wis. (WKBT) - The Vernon County Crime Stoppers, along with the Vernon County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help locating a dog that was reported stolen.
The dog's owner, an 82-year-old man told authorities it would make his day to reconnect with his "best friend."
On February 23 between 3-3:30 p.m. a small, black and white Shih Tzu-Pekinese dog was reported as stolen in the area of State Highway 35/Gantenbein Road north of De Soto. The dog has a white stripe down its back and belly and the tip of the tail is white.
Vernon County Sheriff's Office says there was a suspicious car seen in the area at the time of the alleged theft. The owner of the dog is offering a reward for the safe return of the dog. Tipsters will also be eligible for a cash reward if enough information is provided to help solve this case.
To submit a tip, call (608) 637-8477 or (800) 657-6868; text 274637 (CRIMES) and type VERN plus your tip. You can also visit www.vernoncountycrimestoppers.com.
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