BEACHWOOD, Ohio - A South Euclid woman is offering a reward for the return of her dog after it was stolen out of her car in Beachwood.
The dog, named Teddy, is a 10-pound cream-colored toy poodle last seen wearing a striped collar with a peace sign name tag.
Beachwood Police said Teddy was stolen at Beachwood Place Mall on Friday, Aug. 17 between 12:15 p.m. and 12:50 p.m. from her car parked in the lower level Nordstrom parking garage near the south entrance. All of the car's windows were left down at the time.
Also stolen were the dog’s grey bed, a red retractable leash and bags of canned cat food.
"Needless to say, I am devastated and need to have him back... he is the love of my life and goes everywhere with me," the owner said.
Anyone who may have witnessed the dog being stolen or has knowledge of the dog’s whereabouts is asked to contact the Beachwood Police Department at 216-464-1234.
The owner said she is offering, “a generous reward, no questions asked and no charges pressed.”
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