French bulldog caught in San Gabriel Valley home invasion robbery, authorities say

A gun, a watch, $15,000 cash, and a 3-month-old French bulldog.

These were among the items stolen in a home burglary in Rosemead on Thursday evening, authorities said.

Armed robbers followed a man to his home in the 9200 block of Steele Street and confronted him as he parked in his driveway shortly before 10 p.m., according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.

The three assailants took money from the man and then forced him inside at gunpoint, the sheriff’s detective said. sergeant. Richard Lewis. At least one of the men, who wore masks, was armed with a handgun, he said.

Once inside, the suspects held the man and his companion captive while recovering their valuables, Lewis said. The couple were not injured.

Along with the gun and cash, the suspects also grabbed the couple’s bulldog puppy before fleeing in a car, Lewis said. French Bulldogs have recently been the target of thefts in Los Angeles and elsewhere due to their high value.

On Friday, deputies continued to crisscross the neighborhood in search of surveillance cameras that could help them in their investigation.

Los Angeles Times

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