Man caught on camera stealing golden retriever outside San Francisco market

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UPDATE: At 10:30 p.m. Sunday night, a San Francisco police officer noticed a couple walking on Cyril Magnin Street with a dog that matched the description of the missing dog.

The couple told the officer they found the dog running loose in the streets Saturday night, just a few hours after the dog was stolen.

The officer contacted the dog’s owner and they were reunited.

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — A woman is searching for her beloved dog after a man was caught on video taking the golden retriever Saturday in San Francisco. 

The dog, Lily, was taken at around 5:04 p.m. outside of Nijiya Market at the corner of Post and Webster streets in Japantown, her owner, Jenny Seta, wrote on Facebook

Surveillance video from outside the store shows a man untying the dog and walking away with her. 

Lily is a 60-pound golden retriever who is “very loving and affectionate,”  Seta writes.

The San Francisco Police Department asks that anyone with information call 415-553-0123 or 415-554-9400.

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