A dog stealing case occurred on the 2nd of this month at a pet shop on the ground floor of No. 132 Tung Choi Street, Mong Kok. A two-month-old male Josephine puppy in the shop was suspected to be stolen by a woman who opened the cabinet door.
The police said today (7th) that a couple was arrested in the Tsim Sha Tsui area early this morning and the puppy was recovered. The preliminary inspection found no injuries or cruel treatment.
Mr. Huang, the person in charge of the pet shop, said in an interview with "Hong Kong 01" that the shop had brought back the Josephine involved in the case and sent it to a veterinarian for further examination. He also expressed his "silent gratitude" to the police for helping to find the puppy.
A dog theft case occurred on the 2nd of this month at a pet shop on Tung Choi Street in Mong Kok. A two-month-old male Josephine puppy was stolen from the shop. The police arrested a couple involved in the case this morning (7th). And retrieve the puppy.
(provided by the police)
Mr. Huang said that he had brought back the stolen Joseph Dali. The initial condition was normal, and he did not feel any signs of injury, nor did he see any negative emotions such as panic. The puppy has been handed over to a veterinarian for further examination, and will not be brought back to the store in the short term. Whether the dog will continue to be sold in the future is subject to the decision of the superior.
After the puppy was stolen a few days ago, Mr. Huang pointed out in an interview that he was not concerned about money, but worried that the puppy would be treated inappropriately. Even if you like a dog, you shouldn’t do that!” He uploaded a photo of the stolen Joseph Dali on his social platform, saying, “I hope your new owner will treat you well, and you will all grow up healthy and healthy, continue. Be a lively and lovely paparazzi, I'm sorry I can't say goodbye to you."
In today's interview, Mr. Huang said that he is not "very affectionate" for the stolen Josephine, but as an employee or person in charge of a pet store, he "must wish the paparazzi well" and does not want it to be abused or injured.
He also said that he had been mentally prepared to fail to find the puppy, but now that the police have successfully solved the case and rescued the dog, he feels "silently grateful" and "thanks to them (the police) for helping us find the dog."
The police said that they received a report on February 2 that a two-month-old dog was suspected to have been stolen from a shop in Tung Choi Street, Mong Kok.
The Tenth Team of the Criminal Investigation Team of the Mong Kok Police District took over the investigation and arrested a 45-year-old man surnamed Zheng and a 43-year-old woman surnamed Fung in Tsim Sha Tsui District early this morning. They were suspected of "theft" and recovered the dog. Upon inspection by agency personnel, no injuries or brutality were found.
The two arrested persons are being detained for enquiries.
It is understood that the two are a couple.
The scene was a pet shop on the ground floor of No. 132 Tung Choi Street.
(Photo by Huang Jiangqi)
The incident occurred at 9:00 p.m. on the 2nd of this month. The value of the involved Joseph Terry was about 22,000 yuan. It was originally placed in the lower layer of the glass cabinet, but the lock of the cabinet failed and could not be locked. The lying door can be opened by itself. .
At about 9:40 that night, the staff found that the puppy was missing, and immediately looked through the "eyes of the sky". He saw a woman squatting down in front of the cabinet at about 9:30 in the evening, got up and turned to leave. Then he disappeared, and the shop called the police.
The "Eye of the Sky" clip provided by the store shows that the suspicious woman took nearly 30 seconds from entering the store to leaving the store, and the suspected "stealing dog" action took only 5 seconds. To the scene of taking away the puppy.
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