Hospital Therapy Dog Stolen in Milford - NBC Connecticut

Hospital Therapy Dog Stolen in Milford



    Hospital Therapy Dog Stolen in Milford
    Milford Police
    Police are looking for Delilah, a poodle stolen from a mall in Milford.

    Delilah, a poodle that works as a therapy dog at a Connecticut hospital, was stolen from a car parked at the mall in Milford on Saturday and police are asking for help to find her.

    The dog’s owner left the poodle in the car, which was parked in the north side of the Westfield Connecticut Post mall with a bowl of water and the windows partially rolled down on Sept. 14, according to police.

    The dog’s owner parked the car at 6 p.m. and returned at 7:15 p.m. to find that Delilah was gone, according to police.

    Delilah is a 5-year-old white poodle with a pink spot on her nose. She weighs 12 pounds and is around 1 foot tall.

    She was wearing a pink collar with rhinestones.

    If you know where she is, call Officer Magnan, of Milford Police at (203) 878-6551, email or submit a tip online.

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