Michigan State Police recover stolen dog in Lansing, return it to owners miles away

LANSING, MI — A dog that was stolen from their family home in Potterville was reunited with his family after Michigan State Police recovered him several miles away. According to WLNS-6, the dog was returned after troopers were able to identify a suspect in the theft and located the dog in Lansing.

Potterville is about 15 miles southwest of Lansing.

Security cameras showed one of the suspects forcing the dog into a car and driving away while the owners were inside. The footage helped police located the Siberian husky — named Loki — and return him to his owners

A complaint has been filed with the Eaton County Prosecutor’s Office regarding possible charges against the alleged thieves.


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