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Soccer star Sturridge wants stolen dog back

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Daniel Sturridge — a soccer star, who most recently played for Liverpoll in the Premier League — is offering a large reward for his stolen dog. He is not worried about the other material items stolen in the robbery, but wants his beloved Pomeranian, Lucci back.

In fact, Sturridge is offering $30,000 for his dog back. Three suspects broke into his Hollywood Hills home in California and stole things, including Lucci.

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“Someone find my dog please,” he said. “I’ll pay anything, it’s not about the money. I just want my dog back.”

The incident happened on Monday. After he left his residence, burglars smashed their way into the home. Once Sturridge returned, he found that the home was broken into and his dog was missing.

The three individuals — who were wearing black clothing — could not be clearly identified due to the surveillance camera. The men were caught on camera walking outside of the residence.

“It’s not even about who did it for me, I don’t care about that,” Sturridge said to KTLA. “We just care about Lucci. I’m not even asking for anyone to be arrested or anything. All I care about is the dog being returned.”

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