Police look for man who stole woman’s service dog in Northglenn
NORTHGLENN, Colo. — Police were looking for a suspect accused of stealing a woman’s service dog from her vehicle while she was inside a check cashing store.
Officers responded to the Check Into Cash parking lot at 11870 Washington Street in Northglenn at about 1:30 p.m.
The victim told officers her dog, Zeke, was stolen from her car. She said she left the window cracked open so the 3-year-old Boston Terrier could get some air.
Several witnesses told police they saw a man reach in, open the door and take Zeke from the woman’s vehicle.
The suspect put the service dog in a brown duffle-type bag and walk west across Washington Street.
Zeke is brindle with a white stripe down his face and chest and he’s partially blind in his left eye. The dog was wearing a camouflage collar.
The suspect is described as a Hispanic man about 30 years old. He had a black jacket on over a red shirt and black pants.
The man is pictured in the surveillance image that is part of this story.
Anyone with information is asked to call Northglenn Police at 303-450-8893.