Update: The dog, “initially believed to be stolen,” has been reunited with her owner, Boston police said Tuesday.
“No charges are expected to be filed in regards to this incident,” police said.
Initially believed to be stolen from the area of 273 Columbia Rd, Dorchester, Lola the dog has been reunited with her owner. No charges are expected to be filed in regards to this incident. The BPD would like to thank all community members who have assisted in this investigation.
— Boston Police Dept. (@bostonpolice) January 8, 2019
Boston police are seeking to identify a suspect who allegedly stole someone’s dog in Dorchester on New Year’s Eve.
That night, the pet’s owner told police that his dog Lola, a black and white Shih Tzu, had been taken from outside the Dollar Store at 273 Columbia Road in Dorchester. He noticed her missing when he left the store at 9:30 p.m. on Dec. 31, according to police.
Police released a surveillance image of the suspect holding a dog in a call for public help to identify the alleged dognapper. Anyone with information is asked to contact District C-11 Detectives at 617-343-4335.