Deputies looking for woman who allegedly stole missing French bulldogs after claiming to be owner

The dogs were found by a neighbor who posted them to a NextDoor page to find the owner. The woman responded to the post, claiming they were hers, deputies said.

Harris County Precinct 4 deputies are looking for a woman who they said stole two missing French bulldogs out of Tomball, claiming they were hers. 

It happened back on Jan. 13. Deputies said a neighbor in the area found the missing dogs and posted it on the community’s Nextdoor page with the hopes of finding the owner. The woman responded to the post, claiming the dogs were hers and picked them up, deputies said. 

The actual owner later responded to the NextDoor post, only to realize their dogs were already claimed, deputies said. 

Video surveillance captured the woman who deputies said took the dog. She was wearing a gray coat, black pants and red shoes, deputies said. 

Constable Mark Herman said if you have any information regarding the identity of the woman, you are urged to call 281-376-3472.

Watch the surveillance video below:

CONSTABLES SEEK THE PUBLIC’S HELP IN IDENTIFYING THEFT SUSPECT CAUGHT ON VIDEO SURVEILLANCE

CONSTABLES SEEK THE PUBLIC’S HELP IN IDENTIFYING THEFT SUSPECT CAUGHT ON VIDEO SURVEILLANCE On January 13, 2024, deputies with Constable Mark Herman’s Office responded to the 12000 block of Ember Village Lane in reference to a theft. Upon deputies arriving, the complainant reported that he arrived home and noticed that his two French bulldogs were missing. Investigation revealed that a neighbor in the area located the dogs and posted the lost dogs on Next Door, in hopes of finding the owner. A female responded to the add claiming to be the owner and picked up the dogs. Further investigation revealed that the actual owner reached out to the Next Door post only to find out that a female had already claimed and taken the dogs. Video home surveillance captured the suspect and she is described as a black female wearing a gray coat, black pants and red shoes. “If you have any information regarding the identity of this suspect, you are urged to contact our dispatch at 281-376-3472.” – Constable Mark Herman Follow us at http://Facebook.com/Precinct4 and download our new mobile app “C4 NOW” to receive live feeds on crime, arrests, safety tips, traffic accidents and road conditions in your area

Posted by Mark Herman, Harris County Constable Precinct 4 on Saturday, January 27, 2024

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