POINT RICHMOND (CBS SF) – A pet rescue foundation says they need the public’s help finding a 9-week-old puppy stolen from one of their Bay Area adoption centers.

Milo Foundation Founder Lynne Tingle says the puppy – named “Jamie” after gold medal-winning snowboarder Jamie Anderson – vanished from their Point Richmond facility during a busy day of adoptions Saturday.

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The poodle-retriever mix has a microchip implant and was on medication.

A flyer from the foundation says a reward is offered, but does not specify the value.

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Anyone with information is asked to call 510-900-2275.


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