Lulu, owners reunite as search continues for Lalaya - FOX 32 News Chicago

Lulu, owners reunite as search continues for Lalaya

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COWETA COUNTY, Ga. -

Good news for a Coweta County couple offering a reward to get their stolen dogs back in time for Christmas.

A contractor spotted something he didn't think was quite right in the parking lot of a Home Depot and because of his quick thinking; he was able to reunite at least one of the dogs back with their owner.

Lulu, the poodle with the crooked tail, was reunited with Jim and Kim Wingo. FOX 5 cameras were there for the emotional reunion.

The two dogs were stolen while the couple was eating at a restaurant on Jimmy Carter Boulevard in Norcross.

A private investigators hired by the family says whoever stole the white pup got scared and set it free in the parking lot.

The Fairburn couple is still in search of their black poodle Layla.

Anyone with information is asked to call 404-438-9662. Tipsters may be eligible for a $1,500 reward.

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