ROSEVILLE, Mich. -

A puppy that was stolen during a break-in at a Roseville home has been found safe and reunited with her family.

Police said the 12 week old Parti Yorkie, named Trixie Belle, went missing in July after someone broke into a home in the 26000 block of Arlington Street.

The home was ransacked and several electronics were also stolen.

Police said tips poured in after the story hit the local media and investigators were able to close in on two suspects.

Police said investigators who had been looking into a string of home break-ins in the same area executed two search warrants at homes on Normandy and Waldorf streets, where they found TVs, laptops, tools and bicycles that were believed to have been stolen in the break-ins.

Further investigation led investigators to a home in Eastpointe, where Trixie Belle was found safe, police said.

A 17-year-old and a 29-year-old woman were arrested for their alleged roles in stealing and concealing the stolen items – including the dog. Police are still looking for a 19-year-old man who is also connected to the crimes.

Police said the suspects told them they planned on selling the dog.

They are due in court Thursday for arraignment.