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Police Recover Deaf Puppy Stolen During Burglary

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TIMONIUM, Md. (AP) - Baltimore County Police say a deaf puppy is safely back with his owners after he was stolen during a burglary of their Timonium apartment. Officers arrested two men they say tried to sell the puppy back to his owners.

Police say the 13-week-old pit bull puppy named Thor was taken during a burglary on March 13. Officers say Thor was taken, along with electronics.

Authorities say two men made arrangements with one owner to sell Thor back and agreed to meet in a parking lot at White Marsh Mall. Police say detectives met the men this week, recovered Thor and arrested the men.

Thirty-seven-year-old Mark Tyrone Gibson and 33-year-old William Terrell Hudson, both of Baltimore, were charged with burglary and theft.

 

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