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Tourists Visiting SF Get Puppy Stolen From Van

Arkansas tourists say their 8-month-old Chihuahua was stolen from their unattended van near Pier 33.
By - posted 6/6/2022 No Comment

By Tony Hicks Bay City News Service

A San Francisco woman is trying to help an Arkansas couple recover their 8-month-old gray Chihuahua, they claimed was stolen along with their belongings from a parked van on May 24th.

The couple siad they were in San Francisco for just one afternoon, parked at 2 Bay Street, across from Pier 33.

Got Any Leads? Anyone with information about Rylee’s whereabouts can contact the San Francisco Police at (415) 553-0123.

Rylee the Chihuahua isn’t chipped, and her family had to return to Arkansas without her.

“I feel the only hope for a reunion is getting Rylee’s face out on TV,” wrote the couple’s friend, Bay Area resident Colette Dunleavy, in an email. “She’s an adorable lil’ Chihuahua with enormous ears. PLEASE help.” “They’ve left with the worst possible impression of our city. Please help me redeem SF!”

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