By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A puppy stolen from the PSPCA’s Philadelphia Headquarters was returned on Sunday night. The PSPCA says it was confirmed to be the white terrier, Wendy, through a microchip scan.

 

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On Sunday afternoon, the PSPCA released a video showing a woman walking over to a kennel and unlocking it. She then picked up Wendy and puts the puppy in her purse.

After that, she left the building with another woman. 

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The PSPCA says the puppy had been adopted by a family already and was only in the shelter for her spay surgery.

The incident remains under investigation.

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It’s unclear if either woman will face charges.