MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – St. Paul Police said Tuesday afternoon that the dog stolen outside a gas station was brought to them safely and will be reunited with its family.
The St. Paul Police Department made the announcement on Twitter about six hours after posting photos of Kika, a little white dog, and the man suspected of stealing it.READ MORE: In Playoffs, Packers Fall To 49ers At Lambeau Field
The surveillance photos show the man at a SuperAmerica gas station on 970 West University Ave. on Saturday afternoon. One image shows him running off with what appears to be Kika.READ MORE: More Than 400 Crashes & Spinouts On Minnesota Roads Amid Saturday's Snow
Police asked the public to help identify the suspect.MORE NEWS: Hockey Day Minnesota 2023 To Be Held In White Bear Township
There was no word Tuesday afternoon if police made an arrest or discovered the man’s identity.
We would like to thank everyone who helped today on social media “Kika” is brought to police safe. Kika will be returned to its family#Kika
— St. Paul Police PIO (@sppdPIO) September 16, 2014