French Bulldog stolen, Tulare County Sheriff
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - According to the Tulare County Sheriff, a suspect stole over $100,000 in belongings including the family dog from a Dinuba home on Wednesday, August 29, 2018.
Thieves Steal More Than $100,000 in Belongings from Dinuba Home, Including Family Dog https://t.co/uWnk8Tvez6 #stolendog #missingdog #TulareCounty #tularecountysheriff #burglary pic.twitter.com/xf2j79x2ui— TulareCounty Sheriff (@TulareSheriff) August 30, 2018
Thieves Steal More Than $100,000 in Belongings from Dinuba Home, Including Family Dog https://t.co/uWnk8Tvez6 #stolendog #missingdog #TulareCounty #tularecountysheriff #burglary pic.twitter.com/xf2j79x2ui
The deputies said that the suspect broke in through the front door of the home and removed jewelry, cash, electronics and a 10 month old French Bulldog.
The victim estimated the total loss to be approximately $110,840.
The case is under investigation, anyone with information should contact the Tulare County Sheriff's Office at (559) 733-6218 or (800) 808-0488.
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