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Dougherty County woman pleads for return of stolen dog

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By Jim Wallace - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) –A Dougherty County burglary victim is pleading with thieves to return her puppy, that was stolen from inside her home.

Vivian Stubbs' home on Holly Drive was broken into Monday.  Thieves kicked in her back door during the day.

They took two TV's and a computer, but most important to Stubbs, the burglars took her 3 month old Maltese puppy Cassie. The dog has to have a special diet, and Stubbs is concerned she will get sick.

"I don't know why they took her. They should have just left her here. They could have taken everything in my house, it didn't bother me. But my baby. She's a helpless little animal," said Stubbs.

Stubbs is pleading with the thieves to bring the puppy back.   Just drop it off in her yard.

If you have any information about this burglary or Cassie the dog, call CRIMESTOPPERS at 436-TIPS. You could get a reward.

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