Police search for five purebred puppies stolen from New Haven pet save

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH)– a new Haven pet store owner says a person broke into his save and took off with five domestic dogs on Wednesday night.

Police have been on scene at Safari Stan’s Pet center, at 142 Amity road, after a person allegedly broke into the store through a aspect wall and stole 5 puppies.

Safari Stan’s proprietor tells information eight that once he got here to work Thursday morning, he discovered that the puppies have been missing and that there became a large hole in the wall.

The pet keep is discovered in a plaza and is in between a pizza shop and an empty storefront.

The supervisor worries that whoever has the puppies gained’t understand a way to look after them as a result of they are so younger.

She says they are so young they had been not even capable for sale: “We had been extremely upset as a result of they’re so young. We’re simply involved in regards to the doggies.”

The domestic dogs stolen have been all pure and coveted breeds, collectively costing about $23,000, according to police:

  • A 17-week-ancient Cocker Spaniel
  • A 12-week-old mini Goldendoodle
  • A 9-week-ancient Alaskan Klee-kai
  • An eight-week-ancient mini Bulldog
  • A nine-week-ancient Rottweiler

all of the precious pups simply arrived two days in the past, kept off the main ground unless they may be checked via a vet and get a bit older.

Martinez believes whoever did this knew precisely which breeds to take–and precisely how to get to them.

“I simply want to make sure they’re not somewhere bad for them…We simply want to be certain they’re all appropriate…It’s our worst fear. we like these canine lots so having them stolen from us is in fact heartbreaking.”

there is a $1,000 reward being provided for tips resulting in discovering these doggies.

The canine are chipped, happily. Safari Stan’s is asking all vets to be on the lookout.

read: pup microchip numbers and collar identifiers

any person with information on the domestic dogs is urged to contact New Haven police.