Lucci, arguably the world's most famous Pomeranian, has been returned to ex-Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge after he was stolen in a robbery at the England football international's Los Angeles home this week.
Sturridge immediately took to social media once he realized that the pup had been taken in the burglary, offering a £30,000 reward for the safe return of the dog in a video message.
"Listen, whoever knows who broke into my crib I'll pay you anything," Sturridge says in the video. "I'm dead serious. I want to know who took my sh*t, I want to know what's went on, I want to know why they've took my dog. I want to know why they've took bags from upstairs.
"Yo, somebody please find my dog. Ill pay anything, Im dead serious. I want my dog back, man."
After this plea and even appearances on local US television, it seems as though Sturridge's prayers have been answered.
A further video surfaced on Twitter which appeared to show Lucci safe and with a child and, after efforts were made to confirm its identity, the dog was returnedRead More – Source