The family's beloved dog, Pippy, has been reunited with his family after it was stolen from a supermarket in broad daylight.
Pippy, a two and a half year old lagotto dog, was tied to a bank in front of an IGA supermarket in Perth around 5:30 pm on Sunday, October 14, when she was kidnapped.
The police shared a video of the comforting moment in which Pippy was returned to the Vines family, a week after she was kidnapped.
Pippy, a two and a half year old lagotto dog, has been reunited with his family, a week after it was stolen from a supermarket in Perth.
The family's beloved pet, Pippy, has reunited with her family after it was stolen from a supermarket in broad daylight.
You can see Pippy excited running and jumping before being smothered in family kisses in the video.
You can see Alex Vines hugging Pippy while other members of the family scratch their bellies.
& # 39; Hello bubba. "I can not believe you're home," she says.
The Vines family spent two years saving $ 2,500 for this particular breed, hypoallergenic, since the three children in the family suffer from allergies.
The police managed to find the puppy in a house in Medina.
The CCTV images show Pippy, a two and a half year old lagotto dog, tied outside an IGA supermarket in Nedlands by owner Hugh Vines, 14,
A man and a woman are currently helping the police with their investigations.
A couple had been trapped in a CCTV recording that untied the puppy from outside the supermarket.
The man was seen running down the road with Pippy moments later.
This was the latest in a series of dog robberies in Perth and Western Australia. The police have warned the public to take extra precautions.
A man and a woman were seen approaching the dog and checking the door of the tent – the man (in the photo, left) then untied Pippy and went with her, while the woman (in the photo, to the right) went to the car
Pippy belongs to the Vines family that spent two years saving $ 2,500 for this particular race, hypoallergenic, since the three children of the family suffer from allergies.