Nick was found safe and in good spirits. (Animal Rescue League of Boston)
BOSTON (24/7 NewsSource) -- A stolen dog has been safely returned to the Animal Rescue League of Boston.
Officials say a two-year-old pit bull was taken from the shelter on April 11th.
A 55-year-old Boston man reportedly took the dog on a walk, and never returned to pick up his license.
BREAKING NEWS: Nick, who was stolen from ARL more than a month ago has been returned -- he's healthy and doing great! A Good Samaritan reported Nick last night and we couldn't be happier! Thanks to @bostonpolice @MspcaAngell and others who made this reunion possible. pic.twitter.com/Av1HwnK0kS— Animal Rescue League (@ARLBostonRescue) May 16, 2018
After receiving a tip yesterday, MSPCA officials found "Nick" and took him back to the shelter.
The ARL says the dog is healthy and in good spirits.
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