A woman who spent the past four months doing everything she could to find her missing dog – even going as far as hiring an airplane to fly banners publicizing her search – finally reunited with her puppy and the arrest had been carried out in “dognapping,” according to the San Francisco Police Department .
Emilie Talermo tied her six-year-old Australian mini shepherd, Jackson, to a bench outside a grocery store in December, but when she finished shopping, her dog was nowhere to be found. He spent the last few months working with the police, distributing thousands of leaflets, organizing www.bringjacksonhome.com and offered a $ 7,000 gift for his return “without question.”
The San Francisco Police Department said in statement that he had followed up on all possible instructions, but could not find the missing dog until he received a tip that Jackson had found in Los Angeles County. Police arrested Nicholas Bravo, a 27-year-old Palmdale resident, on Friday for massive theft.
Jackson spent several days in Los Angeles County Animal Care and Control, a shelter in Palmdale nearly 400 miles away from where Talermo lost him, until he was reunited with his owner on Tuesday – one week after his sixth birthday.
“I realize how important he is to me, but he is always there and hears his little grunts or his little snores or whatever happens that is so special, and it’s so lonely in solitude without him,” Talermo said NBC Bay Area. “Making dogs has a difference. I feel everything is even brighter.”
The San Francisco Police Department wrote that the arrests in “dognapping” and Jackson’s return were “a direct result of the hard work of the investigators.”
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