Stolen puppies returned unharmed
November 10, 2013 (ST. LOUIS, Mo.) (WLS) -- Three puppies that were stolen within a week of each other have been returned unharmed.
Earlier Sunday, at a pet shop in St. Louis, a man dropped off a kennel with the three puppies and walked out.
A veterinarian looked at the dogs and says they are in great health.
Last week, two puppies were stolen from two pet stores in Naperville and Bolingbrook.
Days earlier, a puppy was stolen from a pet shop in St. Louis.
Police believe the thefts are related and are looking at surveillance video.
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