Lady Gaga’s two taken bulldogs, grabbed in a brutal snatching that left the pets’ guardian shot in the chest this week in Hollywood, were gone over to police and have been brought together with the pop vocalist’s delegates, police said.
The protected return of Koji and Gustav came hours after Lady Gaga, who was recording a film in Rome when her pets were taken on Wednesday night, given a request via online media for “a thoughtful gesture” to bring them home.
A lady who specialists have not freely recognized carried the canines to a LAPD station safe, and they were gone over to the performer’s delegates on Friday, as indicated by a Los Angeles Police Department representative, Officer Mike Lopez.
Two men associated with taking the pets at gunpoint from their dogwalker, 30-year-old Ryan Fischer, stayed everywhere, in any case, Lopez said.
In a message posted on her Twitter and Instagram accounts, Gaga said her “heart is debilitated” over the fierce theft and promised to pay $500,000 for the canines’ protected return, including from any individual who had purchased or discovered them.