Toronto! One of our own needs our help!


On September 1, the owner of two dogs were walking down Yonge and Dundas street at around 11:00 PM when the victim was confronted by a man and woman. 

According to the Toronto police, the man produced a knife and took the victim’s dogs.


The two dogs require special food and medication due to their allergies so any information around the whereabouts of the dogs or the man and woman would be immensely helpful to the investigation.

The Dogs:

Image of two dogs that were taken at knifepoint in Toronto. Left - Marie the golden brown Shih Tzu and Right - black Scottish Terrier named Yuriel

One of the dogs is described as a golden brown Shih Tzu named Marie. The other is a black Scottish Terrier named Yurield.

The Suspects:

According to the report written by CTV news, 


The male suspect is described as white, 25 years old, with black hair and was wearing a baseball hat. 


The female suspect is described as white, in her 30s, with brown hair and was wearing a light green long-sleeved shirt and sweatpants.


Any information on the whereabouts of the dogs - please contact 416-808-5200 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477)

***Doggos will provide any updates to our blog post as we receive more details***

Adapted from CTV News Kerrisa Wilson 

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