ROAM says two Pomeranian puppies stolen from Langford home returned safe to owner


Stripe (left) and Mila (right) were stolen from a home in Langford. (ROAM).

Stripe (left) and Mila (right) were stolen from a home in Langford. (ROAM).

The two Pomeranian puppies that were stolen from a Langford home have been returned to their owner, according to Reuniting Owners with Animals Missing (ROAM).

Mila and Stripe, two eight-week-old puppies, were taken from Tracy Vandekerkhove’s on Nov. 27. Vandekerkhove was trying to adopt out two litters of Pomeranians at the time.

A couple and a man had come to see the puppies that evening. Vandekerkhove previously said the man had taken off with Mila and Stripe, and the couple gave a fake number to her.

Vandekerkhove did file a police report and ROAM posted pictures of the dog on Facebook.

❤️❤️❤️Both puppies are home safe tonight❤️❤️❤️?The adoptive or purchasing families of these two puppies have offered a…

Posted by ROAM – Reuniting Owners with Animals Missing on Wednesday, November 28, 2018

On Thursday, ROAM posted a comment under their original post that stated the two puppies had been returned and were “home safe.”

ROAM wrote a man had bought Mila as a gift for his daughter and later the family contacted ROAM after they saw they may have one of the stolen puppies. A chip check confirmed the puppy was Mila. The family returned her to Vandekerkhove Thursday.

Another person dropped off Stripe to ROAM on Thursday night.

ROAM also wrote they will work with the man who purchased Mila to try and find him a dog that his daughter will love.

Police have not commented on the investigation at this time.


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