Lady Gaga’s two dogs, stolen earlier this week during an armed robbery, were found by a woman who found them tied to a pole in Los Angeles, according to a new report.
TMZ, citing law enforcement sources, claims that the woman who left the dogs at the Los Angeles Police Station at 6pm is considered a “good Samaritan” who was not involved in the incident.
The report claims that the woman found them tied to a pole in an alley kilometers from the place where the donation and the shooting of the singer’s dogs took place on Wednesday night.
The woman reportedly spotted the dog from media coverage of the incident. She used the email address that the pop star gave in her public request on Friday. The woman was then advised to take the dogs to the police, the report said.
LAPD officials confirmed the safe return of Koji and Gusatv on Friday night, around 6pm, after a tumultuous two days for the pop star and her family.
“The woman found the dogs and turned to Lady Gaga’s staff to return them. The woman’s identity and the dogs’ whereabouts will remain confidential due to the active criminal investigation and her safety,” a police statement said at the time.
LAPD robbery detectives assured the public that they would “continue the investigation to ensure that those responsible will eventually be arrested and brought to justice.”
THE STOLEN LADY GAGA’S DOGS RETURNED SAFELY
Earlier on Saturday, Born This Way singer Joe Germanotta’s father shared his relief at the dogs’ safe return. However, he still demands justice and hopes that the police will catch the two suspects, one of whom, according to the authorities, shot Gaga’s dog.
“I want them detained so that they can be tried for assault and / or attempted murder,” Joe Germanotta told us on Saturday morning.
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The walking dog – whom Gaga tweeted as Ryan Fisher but who has not yet been publicly identified by the LAPD – was transported to a local hospital after the incident. He has since been in stable condition since the shooting and his injuries have been described as life-threatening.