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Chino woman reunited with stolen dog

January 10, 2011 |  6:05 pm

Woman's dog A Chino woman has been reunited with her prized French bulldog, stolen from her home four months ago, police said Monday.

In September, a man met the woman at her home for the purpose of buying the dog, which was valued at $3,000. He grabbed the animal and fled through the woman's front door, the Chino Police Department said.

In December, police said, a similar crime took place in Santa Ana.

Police said leads in both cases led them to Darryl Cole, a Duarte resident who was booked on suspicion of taking both pets.

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Photo: One of the stolen dogs. Credit: Chino Police Department

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