At the point when Myra Masters flung open her front entryway one night, the metal door on their Colorado farm was totally open, and their new Bulldog little dog was no more.
With a house brimming with kids, it was troublesome for her to decide if he had disappeared or on the off chance that he was stolen, so she utilized Facebook to help in her hunt. Utilizing a tip line, Masters associated with two Denver ladies who, as indicated by CBS Denver commentator Shawn Chitnis, experienced the cheat while they were hunting down a bulldog to purchase.
In the wake of discovering that man was hoping to offer Flash for $600 dollars, Masters started to devise an arrangement. Experts reached the man to set up a gathering and discover his area. The night before meeting, she and her family headed to his home and investigated it.
The next day, she showed up at the man’s house with an envelope filled with paper and handed it to him. “I said, ‘Here’s your $600 dollars. Enjoy it,’” explains Masters, animated, holding up a commanding finger as she continues. “’By the way, ya thief,’ I said, ‘the cops are on their way.’” Unfortunately, the man claimed he had just found the dog, so the police weren’t able to do much more than ensure that Flash went back to his rightful home.
The family is happy to have Flash home after an exciting week. Masters says they are going to be keeping him on a much shorter leash and will leave the sleuthing for the police in the future, admitting that although things “Worked out okay, but very easily could have gone the other way.”