Update on stolen CA puppy Harmony 1-11-2012: MANHATTAN BEACH (KTLA) — A deaf rescue puppy that went missing nearly three weeks ago has been re-united with her family. The boxer mix, named Harmony, stolen out of Sheyla Thomasson’s car at the Manhattan Village mall in Manhattan Beach on Dec. 27. The thief also took an iPad, a Visa gift card and about $70 in cash.

 

 

 

On Monday, Thomasson received a call from a man in Lennox who told her he had found the dog. Thomasson’s husband picked the dog up, and confirmed that it was Harmony. A $3,500 reward was being offered for Harmony’s safe return, bolstered by donations from the community.

Click here to see the video from the reunion on KTLA.com

Thanks to KTLA.com for keeping all of us updated.

Update on Harmony: The reward money for her safe return is now up to $ 2000.00 (thanks to Auto Werkstatt Porche in Hermosa Beach who added another $ 400 to the reward pot) MANHATTAN BEACH (CBS) — The reward amount has increased for the safe return of a three-month-old special needs puppy named “Harmony,” who was stolen from a family vehicle Tuesday in Manhattan Beach. Harmony, a Boxer-American Bulldog mix was adopted just before Christmas by a family with four sons. “It is just a dog to some people,” says Patrick Thomasson. “But to us, it was an instant part of our family.”

 

Thomasson had been visiting the rescue puppy for weeks, and asked his wife Shayla to get the dog for him as a Christmas gift. He asked me maybe ten times,” said Shayla. “He is really in love with her.” The Thomassons had parked their car outside the Manhattan Village Shopping Center on Tuesday morning. Thieves jimmied a car door lock and made off with an iPad gift card and the dog. “It kind of felt like the world dropped,” says Shayla.

The deaf puppy also had a canine companion named Bella, a terrier who could lead Harmony around. Bella was left behind by the robbers, and the family says she is depressed without Harmony. The Thomasson family is now offering a reward of  $ 1600 for Harmony’s safe return.

“Whoever has her, just give her back,” says Patrick. “We won’t ask any questions.”

If you have seen her or know who has this missing puppy please call 310-350-0980 or 310-350-4124 – NO QUESTIONS ASKED!

To watch the news report on CBS Los Angeles by clicking here. 

Anyone with information on Harmony’s whereabouts is asked to contact The Lovejoy Foundation.