State police say the Jeep and dog that were stolen from the Waterloo Premium Outlets over the weekend in Seneca County have been recovered.
The dog named Glenn was healthy and unharmed, police added.
No additional information was provided in the update.
Original: Jeep with dog inside stolen from Waterloo Premium Outlets
New York State Police have issued a public plea for assistance in locating a black 2015 Jeep Cherokee Lattitude stolen on Saturday from the Waterloo Premium Outlets in Seneca County.
The vehicle, bearing a Pennsylvania license plate JWK2417, had the owner’s 6-year-old male Morkie dog named ‘Glenn’ inside.
Glenn is an off-white or beige, weighing approximately 3.5 lbs.
Police urge anyone with relevant information or who spots the stolen Jeep to contact them at 585-398-4100.
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