Updated:TACOMA, Wash. —
A Tacoma family's dog that was stolen from their front porch and caught on surveillance has been returned.
On Tuesday, a 9-month-old Siberian husky was let outside on a rope to get some air at around 6:30 p.m.
Surveillance video shows a woman casually approaching the playful pup named Muñeca, then knocking on the door to see if anyone answers.
Then the woman sits down to pet Muñeca, and a second woman appears. After a minute of sitting, the first woman unties the dog. Then the video shows the two women, along with a third, leading the Husky down the street.
On Friday night, the family told KIRO 7 the dog was returned.
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Dog stolen from front porch returned to owner
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