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.All Eyes On Pennsylvania Primary As Tuesday's Election Day Approaches
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.MORE NEWS: Police: 14-Year-Old Boy Shot In Leg In Philadelphia's Haddington Neighborhood
It’s unclear if either woman will face charges.