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Lady Gaga's stolen dogs dropped off at police station 'safe and unharmed'


Lady Gaga’s stolen French bulldogs have been dropped off “safe and unharmed” at a police station.

The dogs, Koji and Gustav, were snatched in Hollywood on Wednesday from the singer’s dog walker, Ryan Fischer, who was shot trying to fight off the robbers.

The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) confirmed the pets’ safe return in a statement on Friday evening local time.

The dogs were returned by a woman not thought to be associated with the theft.

A representative for Lady Gaga attended the police station to confirm the dogs were hers.

The pop star had offered a $500,000 dollar reward for their return after her dog walker Ryan Fischer, was shot in Hollywood in Wednesday.



Lady Gaga had offered a $500,000 reward for the safe return of the dogs

Fischer is expected to make a full recovery.

Captain Jonathan Tippet, commanding officer of the LAPD’s Robbery-Homicide Division, told the PA news agency: “I can confirm that the dogs have been located and are safe.”

The dogs have been “safely reunited with Lady Gaga representatives,” the LAPD said, adding there have been no arrests made.

Lady Gaga, whose real name is Stefani Germanotta, is in Rome where she is shooting Sir Ridley Scott’s film about the Gucci fashion dynasty.



Two of Lady Gaga’s dogs

In a post on Friday, she pleaded for the dog’s return as “an act of kindness”.

She said on Instagram: “My beloved dogs Koji and Gustav were taken in Hollywood two nights ago.

“My heart is sick and I am praying my family will be whole again with an act of kindness.



Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga and dog Asia

“I will pay 500,000 for their safe return.”

She also praised her dog walker, adding: “I continue to love you Ryan Fischer, you risked your life to fight for our family.

“You’re forever a hero.”

Fischer tried to fight the two robbers off and was shot by one of the men wielding a semi-automatic handgun, according to police.

His family has since said that doctors expect him to make a full recovery and that he is being given “extraordinary care”.





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