The last puppy that was in a car stolen during a carjacking in New Haven Friday has been returned to a local animal rescue.
Loyal Companions Animal Rescue said one of their fosters was transporting three puppies around 9:30 a.m. when he pulled over to clean up puppy poop. He was mugged and his car was stolen.
The stolen car was described as a black Volkswagen Beetle with Vermont plates. New Haven police said the report was filed with them.
On Tuesday, the rescue said two of the three puppies had been found but one, a black mixed-breed 10-week old male named Onyx, was still missing.
Early Wednesday morning, the rescue said Onyx had been returned safe and sound.
All three puppies are expected to be reunited on Thursday.