HOUSTON, Texas — Authorities continue to look for the men responsible for a southwest Houston home invasion that included the theft of a family pet earlier this year.
Three men were caught on camera on Oct. 21 as they left an apartment in the 10200 block of Buffalo Speedway after they pistol-whipped a resident inside. They took several items of value, including an English bulldog, according to a statement from Crime Stoppers of Houston.
The victim told police he had just returned to his apartment after walking his dog when he saw a silhouette of someone standing in his bathroom. That's when he was hit from behind with the gun and was knocked down, police said.
After tying up the victim, the three robbers rummaged through the apartment before taking off with the dog and other items.
Video from a neighbor's Ring camera showed the trio taking off from the apartment.
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English and French bulldogs are expensive making them a popular target with thieves.