Man Robbed of Yorkie While On Walk in Farmington Hills

Man Robbed of Yorkie While On Walk in Farmington Hills

(Farmington Hills Police Department, May 29, 2019)

Farmington Hills, MI – The Farmington Hills Police Department is investigating a report of a larceny of a dog and assault on Wednesday, May 29, 2019 at approximately 6:45 PM, in the area of Lochmoor and Queensboro Street, a subdivision near Middlebelt between Northwestern Hwy and 14 Mile Road.  The victim reported that he was walking his two dogs when the dogs were taken by 2-3 suspects who exited a passing vehicle and drove away with the dogs.  The victim was able to retrieve one dog and held onto the fleeing vehicle in an attempt to retrieve the other dog and was dragged for a short distance.

The suspects are described as black males in their teens or early twenties and the driver of the vehicle is described as a black/female, in her teens or early twenties.  The vehicle is described as a silver sub compact possibly a Chevy, Aveo or Spark.

The owner reported the dog as a one-year old, five-pound, brown male Maltese/Yorkie mix named “Hennessy.”

Detectives are actively investigating this report and officers will be conducting increased patrols in the area.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact the Farmington Hills Police Department at 248-871-2610.

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