Dog found, returned after it was taken in car from Brooklyn gas station

A canine has gotten back after he was in a vehicle that was taken from a service station in Brooklyn Center Sunday. Amy Swenson, Snazo’s ‘grandmother’, said a Good Samaritan found the canine in South Minneapolis.

 

Amy said that while proprietor Amanda Swenson was offering a $1000 prize for Snazo’s return, the Good Samaritan would not take a solitary penny. “This lady is a genuine heavenly attendant, and we are always appreciative.”

Amy said. The episode happened at around 11:23 a.m. at the crossing point of Xerxes Avenue and Bass Lake Road.

The vehicle was a white 2015 Honda CRV. The vehicle was opened and left running, police said.A canine has gotten back after he was in a vehicle that was taken from a service station in Brooklyn Center Sunday. Amy Swenson, Snazo’s ‘grandmother’, said a Good Samaritan found the canine in South Minneapolis.

Amy said that while owner Amanda Swenson was offering a $1000 reward for Snazo’s return, the Good Samaritan refused to take a single penny.

“This woman is a true angel, and we are forever grateful.” Amy said. The incident occurred at around 11:23 a.m. at the intersection of Xerxes Avenue and Bass Lake Road. The vehicle was a white 2015 Honda CRV. The vehicle was unlocked and left running, police said.

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