POLICE: Puppy Stolen From Wellesley Recovered in Framingham

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FRAMINGHAM – A puppy stolen in Wellesley was recovered in Framingham this weekend, according to Wellesley Police.

Ember, an 8-month old black lab, was in his front yard Thursday afternoon when he went missing. The owners contacted Wellesley Police and could not believe the dog was stolen in their yard during the day.

Using security camera footage, Wellesley police officers were able to identify the license plate of the vehicle that took the puppy.

The license plate was registered to a Framingham resident.

On Sunday, July 25, Wellesley Police observed the lab in a Framingham yard.

Working With Framingham Police, Wellesley Police recovered Ember and Wellesley Police arrested a man in Framingham.

A 40-year-old man, not identified by police, was arrested yesterday.

A woman, 32, will be summonsed to court, but no other information was available at this time.

Both are being charged with receiving stolen property over $1,200, and conspiracy.


Photo and video courtesy of Wellesley Police


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