Colts offering $6,000 reward for facilities manager's stolen puppy

Tuesday February 10th, 2015

The Indianapolis Colts are offering $6,000 for any information that helps police find the boxer puppy that was stolen from the team's facilities manager.

Troy Glendenning has been robbed three times in the last two years, with thieves taking an autographed Peyton Manning rookie jersey, a Super Bowl ring and lots of other memorabilia during the first two robberies in 2013, according to Fox-59.

Last week, Glendenning was hit again, and this time they took a nine-month-old boxer pup named Vegas, and the team has stepped up to encourage the dog's safe return.

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“Drop it off at a shelter, drop it off at my front door, make a phone call, something, take it to a vet whatever, just I want my dog back,” Glendenning said. “That’s my focus now. Not the television, not the computer, none of that, it’s about the dog at this point. So whatever you can do to get my dog back, do it. Have a heart and do it.”

Police are looking for an early 1990's full-size pickup truck in light blue with a silver strip around the middle in connection with the robbery in Boone County, Ind.

Brendan Maloy

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