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Service dog stolen from man at homeless shelter in South Los Angeles

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    SOUTH LOS ANGELES (KABC) — A man is asking for the public’s help finding his service dog he claims was stolen during his stay at a shelter in South Los Angeles.

Kye Pireu told Eyewitness News the incident happened Friday, March 31.

He said he’s homeless and that his 4-year-old Siberian Husky “Alpha” was taken from him at the shelter he’s staying at on South Central Avenue.

The dog was last seen wearing a green and red leash. The owner has since filed a police report.

Anyone with information is urged to contact authorities.

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