A three-year-old dog named Juju that was missing after a break-in at a west Toronto home has been found safe, police say.
Toronto police said officers responded at around 12:54 a.m. Thursday to a break and enter in the Royal York Road and Stanley Avenue area, south of the Gardiner Expressway.
Police said one or more suspects got into a residence, stole several pieces of jewelry, and then fled.
During that time, a beige Yorkshire Terrier was either stolen or ran away.
Officers released images of the missing dog after the alleged break-in and asked that anyone with information on the incident contact police or Crime Stoppers anonymously.
Police announced Friday night Juju had been located in good health and was reunited with his family.
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