Rare breed among items stolen when thieves hit their latest target.
Bridget Lavin is sure that her dog Liam was stolen and didn't run off, "He was at the vet that morning and was wearing a cone on his head. He hated that thing and wouldn't even walk two feet to get a treat when I put one down for him."
The burglary happened during the daylight hours at the Lavin's home near 168th & Dodge. "I ran outside and was freaking out a little bit. I saw a cop driving by and flagged them down to tell them what happened," said Lavin.
Bridget provided us with four pictures of Liam and there is a reward if he's found and returned safely. You can see them and here the rest of the Lavin's story in the attached video.
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