“Loki” the mini Dachsund stolen at gunpoint in Denver, police say


Offered by Denver PoliceLoki the mini Dachshund was stolen at gunpoint in a Denver park on Sept. 17, 2020.
Denver police are asking for the general public’s assist discovering a 2-month-old miniature Dachsund pet that final week was stolen from his proprietor at gunpoint in a park.
It occurred Thursday, Sept. 17, round 7 p.m. at Nettie Moore Park, positioned within the 1200 block of North Utica Road within the West Colfax neighborhood.
Police mentioned they’ve recognized two juveniles linked to the incident, however haven’t but discovered the black and tan pet, named Loki.
Anybody with data on Loki’s whereabouts is urged to name Crime Stoppers at 720-913-7867.
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