Texas police ask public for help after veteran’s service dog stolen
Rosalyn, a 2-year-old mastiff, from Emmanuel Bernadin’s home after
breaking in on Oct. 19, according to the Arlington Police Department.
Texas police are asking the public for help in finding Roz, a local veteran’s service dog. (Arlington Police Department)
Roslyn, or Roz for short, is Bernadin’s service animal and medical alert dog, police said.
The perpetrator also stole “several other items,” the department said. But Bernadin told Fox 4 News he just wants his companion back.
“She’s the sweetest thing,” he said. “The days are just really hard without her.”
Texas police say a local veteran’s service dog was stolen during a break-in last month. (Arlington Police Department)
Arlington Police Lt. Chris Cook said there are no suspects or witnesses at this time.
don’t just steal dogs,” he told Fox 4. “It’s just not a common theme,
so we’re kind of baffled as to who would think in their right mind,
‘We’re not only going to take your property, but we’re going to steal
Police are asking anyone who might have information to
call the Arlington Police Department at 817-459-6482 or leave an
anonymous tip with Tarrant County Crime Stoppers at 817-469-8477.
Bernadin, an Iraq War veteran, told Fox 4 he was with a friend when he got a call from a neighbor telling him his sliding glass door was open.
He went home and found Roz was gone. Jewelry and electronics were also stolen, he said.
“I deal with a lot of night terrors,” Bernadin told Fox 4. “It’s very hard
to turn off the conditions of war, and Roz is there to wake me up at
times when I shouldn’t be alone by myself asleep.”