Dedham Puppy Stolen In House Robbery

Photo: Courtesy Dedham Police

DEDHAM, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) — Dedham Police report that a puppy was stolen in a home break-in there over the weekend.

Police said a Bussey Street home was broken into at around 8:20 PM on Sunday, with signs of forced entry at the back of the house.

The house owner had left for a little while, and returned to find numerous things missing from the house, including cash, jewelry, and a 2015 Honda dirt bike.

Also missing was an 8-week-old female pit bull puppy, which is described as brindle in color with a white chest, partially white nose, and a little spot of white on her back left paw. She has brown eyes. Police haven't made any arrests and are still searching for a suspect.

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