11-week-old puppy stolen from ER nurse's home

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Tuesday, April 21, 2020
Puppy stolen from garage of ER nurse's home in Concord
Concord police are asking for the public's help to find a puppy stolen from the home of an ER nurse helping to fight the spread of the coronavirus.

CONCORD, California -- A puppy belonging to an ER nurse who is helping fight COVID-19 was stolen from a northern California home.

According to police in Concord, California, the 11-week-old pup named Max was taken from the garage of his owner's house on Saturday.

The San Francisco Chronicle reported Max belongs to a nurse.

Surveillance camera images posted Monday night by police showed the pup, who appears to be a Malinois, being picked up by a person on a bicycle.

The person was last seen wearing a green hooded jacket, a mask over the face, and blue medical gloves. The person was also sporting jeans and grey shoes, possibly New Balance brand.