Girl confronts dog thieves brings back stolen dog to owner
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Girl confronts dog thieves brings back stolen dog to owner

July 7, 2017

Mysuru: Rio, the pet Golden Retriever dog of Manjula, a National Insurance Officer, which was allegedly stolen by miscreants from her house in Dattagalli 3rd stage, was returned to Manjula by a girl yesterday.

Following the publication of the news item about Rio been stolen from the house in Mysooru Mithra, the sister concern of SOM, a girl who noticed a few people with Rio, questioned them, following which the people left the dog and fled from the place.

The girl along with a few kids took the dog and began to search for the house of Manjula in Dattagalli and came to her house. Manjula, who saw her pet Rio, immediately called the kids inside and offered sweets to the kids who brought her pet back.

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