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Puppies Recovered After Being Stolen From Car In Highland Park

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French bulldog puppy. (Photo by Marie Havens/Shutterstock)
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Six puppies being bred to assist hearing-impaired individuals were stolen out of a car in Highland Park earlier this week, and on Saturay, three of them were recovered, reports KTLA.

The puppies were taken when their owner, Ryan Fingerle, left them in the car for a moment to return to the animal hospital she had just left and sign some paperwork. They were left in the car with the air conditioning running, and when she came back, they were gone.

The news site reports that the dogs are estimated to be worth around $1,000 each, and are just six weeks old. The men who took them are described as Hispanic, between 25 and 35, and each about 5 feet six inches tall, weighing 160 to 200 pounds.

Anyone with information is asked to contact LAPD at 323-344-5757.