Dog stolen in Shoreline has been recovered in Renton and is being returned to owner

Monday, August 29, 2022

Community Update from King County Sheriff's Office:

Last week a dog was stolen from their owner's vehicle in Shoreline. 

We have learned that Renton Police located the suspects and Mandu, the vehicle owner's dog, was found safe and sound. 

We thank our communities for their help in getting the word out.

And from the Dogwood Play Park Facebook page:

Mandu was found! 😭😭😭 Someone recognized the car and called crime stoppers. The owner gets to pick him up today (Monday). Thank you everyone that shared his post and helped spread the word. 

And from the Renton Police Department

Many of you have seen on the local news and Crime Stoppers that a dog was stolen out of a car in Shoreline this past Friday night. ”Mandu” unfortunately had to be with these two miscreants for the last couple of days.

Early this morning, one of our eagle eyed community members spotted the stolen car, the two suspects, and Mandu and promptly call 911. 

One of our officers arrived on the scene and from the Crime Stoppers bulletin immediately recognized the stolen car, suspects and of course Mandu (I mean, come on….who can ever forget a cute little face like that). Additional officers arrived on the scene and rescued Mandu. The two suspects were taken into custody and booked on a variety of charges.

And from David Rose Q13 Crime Stoppers

FOUND: A viewer says she my story on the theft of Mandu in Shoreline and recognized the  suspects. She called Renton Police and submitted a tip to Cime Stoppers.  Officers responded, arrested the suspects and rescued Mandu.   Thank you to the tipster and Renton Police for their quick response!  

I called the tipster to thank her. She says she has had her car stolen 5x. “I'm always checking super sketchy activity and doing my due diligence to help others not experience what I'm going through. We all have to do our part!!”


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