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Sydney CBD dognapping victim reunited with owner

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A four-year-old female Pitbull Terrier named ‘Baxter’ has been reunited with her owner, after being stolen from outside a store in the Sydney CBD.

Baxter was tied up at the intersection of George and Liverpool Streets at around 8:30pm last Friday, but had disappeared by the time her owner returned.

Last night a 38-year-old man returned the pitbull at a CBD police station, and was arrested and charged with stealing the dog.

Detective Inspector Matthew Little told Jim Wilson police were excited to see Baxter returned.

“You couldn’t have seen a happier dog I don’t think, and to know that Baxter has gone back to … [her] family … it really does make us feel happy, there’s no doubt about that.”

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The NSW Police Force shared vision of the joyful reunion on social media.

 

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