Stolen Calgary dog found after break and enter

King the dog was found after a break and enter in Calgary on Monday, Nov. 21. Photo taken from GoFundMe

A stolen Calgary dog has been found after a break and enter on Monday, according to police.

According to the Calgary Police Service, officers were called to the 100 block of 59 Avenue Northwest for reports of a residential break and enter.

Police said a suspect or suspects forcefully entered a home sometime between 8 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. that day and the resident’s household dog King was reported missing.

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King, a St. Bernard and mastiff mix, has since been found and reunited with his owner. A CPS spokesperson confirmed to Global News he was found in the Water Valley area in Mountain View County.

“We can confirm the dog was found injured and is being assessed and cared for by veterinarians. The dog’s condition is part of the overall break-and-enter investigation. We are investigating all parts of the incident,” a CPS spokesperson said in an email.


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