DETROIT – Four rescue dogs were stolen early Wednesday morning after thieves broke into Make A Difference Rescue on Detroit’s east side.
As of Thursday morning, all the dogs have been recovered, according to a Facebook post.
The break-in was caught on camera and showed a small group of thieves casing the place before running off with the four dogs.
The shelter’s owner, Judie Jones, doesn’t know what motivated the crime.
“All of our dogs are spayed and neutered, so it’s not like they can breed them for puppies,” said Jones. “So what reasoning was there other than just maybe a dare or being vindictive?”
Anyone who has any information about what may have happened, call 248-703-0670 or click here.