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Puppy Theft – Is the “Person of Interest” from Stanford University?

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08-335 – “Person of Interest” in Puppy Theft Case. Is he from Stanford University?

ID # 08-335 – San Jose, CA

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Pet theft is a crime that is growing at an alarming rate.  On September 17th 2008, an eleven week old German Shepherd puppy was stolen from her breeder in San Jose.   San Jose Police Detective Jennifer Kurtz is hoping someone can identify a “person of interest” regarding the theft.   The man seen in the surveillance video visited the breeder and asked to see the dog just before it disappeared.  He stated he name was Anthony and he was a recent graduate from Stanford University, currently living in Santa Clara.  The breeder allowed the man to spend some time with the puppy which can be seen in the surveillance video.   The man eventually left without saying goodbye and the puppy was gone.  The stolen dog is an eleven week old German Shepard puppy named Elsie.   She is worth approximately $1300.00 and is in need of medication.

The person of interest is described as a white male adult, medium build with dark hair.  He was wearing a Stanford University T-shirt and athletic shorts and a Stanford University lanyard.  If you know the name of this “person of interest” or have any information about Elsie, please let us know at 1-800-9-CAUGHT or leave a tip at Fugitive.com.

To see the most recent stolen pets, including Elsie, go to our Stolen Property Website, Stolen911.com.   Not only can you see the latest stolen pets, but you can look at all types of stolen property entered from around the country.   Listing you own stolen property is always free and will remain up on the site for one year.

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  • ive a shep that i know someone stole. shes just under 8 months. id say shes been missing 2 or more months.

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