According to a new report, Lady Gaga’s two dogs stolen in an armed robbery earlier this week were found by a woman who found them tied to a pole in Los Angeles.
TMZ quoted law enforcement officials as saying that the woman dropped her dog at the Olympic Station of the Los Angeles Police Department at 6 pm. She was considered a “good Samaritan” and was not involved in the incident.
According to reports, the woman was found tied to a pole in an alley at the place where the woman kidnapped and shot the singer’s walking dog on Wednesday night.
According to reports, the woman noticed the dog from media reports on the incident. She used the email address provided by the pop star in a public appeal on Friday. The report stated that the woman was then advised to take the dog to the police station.
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LAPD officials confirmed that Koji and Gusatv’s safe return time was 6pm on Friday, which was after the pop star and her family experienced two days of turmoil.
The police said in a statement at the time: “The woman found the dogs and contacted Lady Gaga’s staff to return them. Due to the active criminal investigation and her safety, the identity of the woman and the one found The location of the dog will remain confidential.”.
LAPD robbery and homicide detectives assured the public that they will “continue to investigate to ensure that the perpetrators are eventually arrested and brought to justice.”
LADY GAGA’s stolen dog has been returned safely
Earlier on Saturday, Joe Germanotta, the father of the singer “born in this way”, shared the dog’s safe home. However, he still demands justice and hopes that the police will arrest two suspects, one of whom the authorities claimed to have shot and killed Gaga’s dog.
“I hope to arrest them so that they can be tried for assault and/or attempted murder,” Joe Germanotta told us Saturday morning.
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The aga dog-named Ryan Fischer by Gaga in a tweet after the incident, but the LAPD has not yet publicly identified it-was sent to a local hospital. After the shooting, he has been classified as stable and his injuries are considered life-threatening.