LAFAYETTE (CBS SF) — A puppy stolen last weekend from a Lafayette pet store has been located in San Francisco, according to pet store representatives.

A $2,500 reward was offered for the return of the female Chihuahua-mix puppy named Iris after it was taken between 3 and 4 p.m. June 25 from the Pet Food Express in Lafayette.

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A surveillance photo was released by the store of a woman suspected of taking the puppy. The woman is described as about 20 years old, with a tattoo on her right hand and a nose ring, according to a release from the store.

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The puppy was taken to the San Francisco Animal Care and Control. No information was released on how the puppy was found in San Francisco or whether a suspect was located.

Calls to the San Francisco animal care agency were not immediately returned.

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Representatives of Jelly’s Place, an organization that offers puppies for adoption at the Lafayette store, were their way Saturday afternoon to pick up the puppy, according to store officials.