Koji and Gustav, Lady Gaga’s French Bulldogs, returned home safe and sound. On Wednesday, the dogs were stolen during a walk by unknown assailants who shot a singer’s employee. For the recovery of the quadrupeds, the owner offered 500,000. dollars.
The finding of the dogs was reported by the Associated Press on Friday night, local time. A woman who police say is not related to Wednesday’s attack brought bulldogs to the Koreatown police station in Los Angeles.
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“The woman contacted Lady Gaga’s employees to hand over the dogs. Her identity, as well as the place where the animals were found, will remain secret until the investigation is completed,” the police said in a press release.
Officers have so far not revealed whether the theft of the singer’s dogs was planned in advance or whether it was done spontaneously. French Bulldogs are a highly sought-after breed in the United States, according to the BBC. Dogs with a good pedigree can be worth up to 10,000. dollars.
On Wednesday at approx. 22 singer employee Ryan Fischer was shot while walking the dogs on North Sierra Bonita Avenue in Los Angeles. The attackers fired a few shots at him with a semi-automatic weapon, then took two dogs – Goji and Gustav. The third animal, Miss Asia, was found by the police.
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The thieves moved in a white car and drove towards Hollywood Boulevard. Fischer was rushed to the hospital. The first information spoke of the man’s serious condition, a day later it was reported that the injured worker is “recovering”.
According to sources related to the singer, Lady Gaga offered 500,000. dollars for retrieving the dogs. The singer is currently in Rome, where she is working on the set of Ridley Scott’s new film “Gucci”.
The artist is known for her love of animals. Miss Asia has an Instagram account. Stolen dogs accompanied Lady Gaga, among others, to the Super Bowl final in 2017.
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