Orland Park Police

Orland Park Police Seek Suspect In Pet Store Robbery

September 20, 2018 - 10:48 am
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CHICAGO (WBBM NEWSRADIO) --The Orland Park Police are having a ruff time finding this dog-gone criminal.

Orland Park Police are searching for a man who stole a dog from a pet store on Sept. 11.

According to police a man entered Happiness is Pets on Sept. 11 and took a Victorian Bulldog named Goose valued at $2,500.

They posted a wanted poster with the suspect's on social media with a note reading, "WANTED WEDNESDAY: The Orland Park Police Department is having a ruff time identifying this dog-gone criminal. An unknown male entered Happiness is Pets on Sept. 11 and took a Victorian Bulldog named Goose valued at $2500. Please paws for a moment to assist us in locating Goose. Thanks fur your help."

They also posted surveillanc video that can be viewed below.

Anyone with information or anyone who can identify the man is asked to call the Orland Park Police Department at 708-349-TIPS(8477) or they can email [email protected]

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