Thanks to an anonymous kind Samaritan who found them in Los Angeles, Lady Gaga was reunited with her two French bulldogs.
Ryan Fischer, the performer’s dog walker, was shot and killed while driving three singer’s dogs in Hollywood. The video showed a white car pulled up and two men jumped out. They struggled with the dog walkers, then one shot with a gun, and then escaped with two dogs. The third escaped, and later gathered with Lady Gaga’s delegation.
Last Saturday, the Los Angeles Police Department confirmed that a woman took the dog to the Olympic Community Police Station because the singer is currently in Rome, and her representative was with the police department’s detective team, and confirmed that the woman did indeed bring two. Dog.
Captain Jonathan Tippet, the commander of the Ministry’s elite Robbery and Murder Command, pointed out that as the investigation of the crime continues, the identity of the woman has been kept secret, and the woman does not appear to be suspected of committing a crime or being involved in criminals. . Anyway.
LAPD wrote in a post on the Facebook page: “This 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 was The location of the discovered dog will remain confidential.”.
TMZ reported that the woman found that the dogs were unharmed and tied to a pole in an alley a few miles from where they were originally robbed in Hollywood. Once the dogs were found, she contacted the email address provided by the police to obtain tips, and then coordinated to bring them to the police station.
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Gaga previously offered a $500,000 reward to protect the safe return of his dogs named Koji and Gustav. It is not clear whether the woman who found them accepted the offer, but TMZ reported that there is news that the singer and actress will “happily” shell out the money as soon as possible.
Representatives of Gaga did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.
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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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After the incident, the Jaga Dog named the walking dog in a tweet, but it has not been publicly approved by LAPD and has been transferred to a local hospital. After the shooting, he has been classified as stable and his injuries are considered life-threatening.
Melissa Roberto of Fox News and the Associated Press contributed to this report.