Police: Two dogs stolen at knifepoint at Yonge-Dundas reunited with owner

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Police: Two dogs stolen at knifepoint at Yonge-Dundas reunited with owner
Police: Two dogs stolen at knifepoint at Yonge-Dundas reunited with owner

Police have arrested a woman wanted in connection with the knifepoint theft of two dogs in downtown Toronto earlier this month.

Investigators says a person was walking the dogs in the area of Yonge and Dundas streets around 11 p.m. on Sep. 1 when they were confronted by the suspects.

It is alleged the man took out a knife and then the pair stole the two dogs. Police say the suspects and the victim were not known to each other.

On Friday, police say they located both dogs in the area of Queen Street East and Bond Street.

Angela Dupuis, 36, of Toronto has been charged with robbery with an offensive weapon and possession of property obtained by crime.

Police are still searching for the male suspect, described as white, 30 to 40 years of age with a medium build and having multiple tattoos on his body including his neck area. He was last seen wearing a black baseball hat and he may be riding a black bicycle.

Both the golden brown Shih Tzu named “Mari” and a black Scottish Terrier named “Yurield” were returned to their owner unharmed.

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