Reunion For "Pinkie" The Stolen Dog
Fort Worth
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For Immediate Release
FORT WORTH, Texas-  Pinkie the dog that was stolen several days ago and that we posted on our social media in an attempt to locate has been found.   And this time, IT IS CONFIRMED.

Ms. Pam WIlson, the owner of the dog contacted PIO Officer Perez this evening and advised him that she was contacted by phone by a lady named Melissa who stated that her uncle, on the day of the offense, had observed a white vehicle stop in front of his home and saw a dog pushed out of the vehicle.  The uncle took in the dog that was wearing a pink collar and still had a leash attached.

Melissa, hearing about our story of Pinkie missing advised her uncle that she believed he was in possession of the dog.  Melissa called Ms. Wilson and described the dog and the details of the collar. 

Officer Perez was able to call Melissa and request a picture of the dog be sent to him so that he could show it to Ms. Wilson to be certain.  Perez received the picture and forwarded it to Ms. Wilson and she ecstatically confirmed that it was indeed Pinkie.

Due to the uncle working late this evening, Melissa and Ms. Wilson scheduled a time tomorrow, Saturday, 8-12-17 at noon to meet at the Dollar General where Pinkie was originally stolen.

The address of the Dollar General is 4409 River Oaks Blvd at the intersection of River Oaks Blvd and Jacksboro Hwy. 

We will be on scene to capture the reunion on social media and invite all media outlets to attend this joyous reunion.

"Pinkie" is the correct spelling, also confirmed by Ms. Wilson.

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