Dog is Stolen from Palm Springs Animal Shelter. Cops Need Your Help

UPDATE 8/28 3:30PM: Bunny has been found!

[media-credit name=”Palm Springs Animal Shelter via Desert Sun” align=”aligncenter” width=”300″]animal shelter [/media-credit]Two guys are accused of stealing a dog from an animal shelter in Palm Springs.

The Friends of the Palm Springs Animal Shelter need your help to find two dudes (seen in the surveillance stills) who are suspected of stealing Bunny: a gray, female pit bull puppy. According to The Desert Sun:

Shelter officials say the puppy was taken Friday from one of the shelter’s canine suites, which have floor-to-ceiling glass doors, large windows and are situated in a well-lit hallway.

Shelter officials have shared images from the surveillance footage, which they say show images of the men — one holding the puppy — walking out of the main entry doors at the front lobby at 4:40 p.m. Friday.

Bunny is seven months old, weighs about 35 pounds and has forward-flopping ears. The dog is micro-chipped and needs medical attention, according to shelter staff.

If you have any info, you need to call Palm Springs police at (760) 323-8113 and press 3.

Let’s find the people who did this and, more importantly, let’s get Bunny back to the shelter to get the medical attention show needs.