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A Brampton Bulldog Has Been Stolen & Police Are Asking For Help

Peel Regional Police are looking for the suspects behind a home invasion robbery that involved a 5-week-old American Bulldog being stolen from its home.

According to police, the robbery took place earlier last month on Monday, July 12, in the area of Great Lakes Drive and Sandalwood Parkway in the City of Brampton.

"The suspects, armed with firearms, forced entry into a residence in the area of Great Lakes Drive and Sandalwood Parkway in Brampton," Peel Regional Police said in a news release. "At the time this occurred, there were three adults and four children present in the home."

According to police, the suspects assaulted one of the male adult victims and removed property as well as the puppy. The suspects then fled the scene in a "two-door dark-colored BMW."

The investigators behind the case are asking the public to report any information they may have regarding the stolen puppy.

"The puppy responds to Dreams or Dreamy and is currently recovering from surgery and will require medication," police wrote.

Anyone with any information can call investigators with the Central Robbery Bureau at 905-453-2121, ext. 3410.

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