Published: Thu, July 11, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Sturridge reunited with missing dog Lucci

Sturridge reunited with missing dog Lucci

Lucci, arguably the world's most famous Pomeranian, has been returned to ex-Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge after he was stolen in a robbery at the England football international's Los Angeles home this week.

Police said other items were stolen from the house other than the dog.

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"Somebody has broken into the house in LA and took my dog from the house", he told his 3.4million followers when he found out his dog was missing. "I'm dead serious. I want to know who took my sh*t, I want to know what's went on, I want to know why they've took my dog".

However, Sturridge clearly was not concerned about either his home or the bags, taking to Instagram to offer up to $30,000 for the return of his dog, insisting that he would not ask any questions and would pay up instantly.

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He then messaged a number of media outlets who ran the story about Sturridge being reunited with his dog, telling them that he'd been let down by Sturridge.

Unclear if Sturridge paid the ransom money or how the person who returned the dog got possession of Lucci in the first place.

Sturridge had posted on Instagram on Tuesday he was willing "to pay whatever - 20,000, 30,000" to get his dog back, which he said had been taken in a burglary at his United States home.

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"Bring the dog back to this address, I'll be moving out tomorrow or the next day. I want my dog back". I'll pay anything, I'm dead serious. 20 or 30 grand, bring my dog back.

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