Pup stolen with vehicle in St. Paul found safe after more than a week
Police said no one was under arrest for the car theft.
ST. PAUL -- A puppy missing for more than a week after she was stolen along with a vehicle in St. Paul has been found and reunited with her owner, police said Thursday.
Matt Thoreen and others have been spreading the word about Kua, his 4-month-old bullmastiff. He said last week that his “dog means more to me than anything else in the world.”
Thoreen was heading to work from the Macalester-Groveland area early Jan. 17 when he realized he’d left his work boots inside. He said he ran inside and was gone for less than a minute when he returned to find his station wagon stolen. Kua was inside because Thoreen was going to drop her off at a friend’s house.
Details about how the puppy was found weren’t immediately available Thursday morning. Police said no one was under arrest.
A website dedicated to finding the dog was updated to say, “Thank you to everyone who helped get the word out!”