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French Bulldog Puppy Taken in Violent Robbery in the Marina

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Rosie, a French Bulldog, was stolen on New Year’s Day in San Francisco’s Marina District. (Photo courtesy San Francisco Police)

UPDATE: Rosie the Frenchie has been found and reunited with her owner!


Police released photos of a French bulldog puppy that was violently stolen from its owner on New Year’s Day in San Francisco’s Marina District.

The owner was walking the 9-month-old dog named Rosie near Broderick and Beach streets about 10:05 a.m. Saturday when a suspect approached, San Francisco police said.

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The suspect yanked on leash with such force that the dog was lifted off the ground, and then dragged the puppy into a car and fled. The car is described as a silver Chrysler 200 with partial plate 7JPM, police said.

Rosie’s owner is offering a no-questions-asked reward of $10,000 for the dog.

Anyone with information is urged to call the SFPD Anonymous Tip Line at (415) 575-4444 or text a tip to TIP411 with SFPD at the beginning of the message. Reference case number 220000717.

Rosie, a French Bulldog, was stolen on New Year’s Day in San Francisco’s Marina District. (Photo courtesy San Francisco Police)


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