Connecticut police search for Husky puppy stolen in armed robbery

The victim’s wallet and cell phones were also taken.

BRIDGEPORT, Conn. – The victim of an armed robbery and Bridgeport police are searching for a 12-week-old husky that was stolen during the incident earlier this week.

The puppy has red and brown fur and is male, according to police. She was taken during an armed robbery near Stratford Avenue and Hollister Street in Bridgeport Wednesday morning.

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The Husky does not have a microchip. She has a large bulge in her belly where the umbilical cord was attached, the owner told police.

The victim, a 29-year-old Norwalk man, was pistol-whipped and his wallet and cell phones were also taken, police said.

There is currently no information on the suspect or suspects in the armed robbery.

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Anyone with information is asked to contact Bridgeport Police Detective Jeffrey Holtz of the Burglary/Robbery Unit at (203) 581-5293 or (475) 422-3451.

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