Cowboys' Lucky Whitehead says stolen dog held for ransom returned

Cowboys' Lucky Whitehead says stolen dog held for ransom returned

Cowboys' Lucky Whitehead says stolen dog held for ransom returned

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Lucky Whitehead is breathing easy after a tense night of wondering if he would get his dog back.

On Sunday, Whitehead found himself in a bad situation when it was discovered that Blitz was stolen. While he was away, a close friend was watching his house and his XL Bully puppy, Blitz.

Whitehead's dog, Blitz, was being held for ransom by Ft.

Whitehead said a friend was taking care of Blitz last Sunday while Whitehead was out of town, when someone broke into his house to steal the pitbull. Whomever stole Blitz has contacted my phone numerous times, demanding ransom money.

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This is obviously a pretty wild story (and one that could develop further if Whitehead decides to press charges), but the good news is that Blitz is safe and has been returned.

Whitehead got the dog nine weeks ago and has created an Instagram account for the pup, including photos of him in superhero costumes and a Cowboys shirt.

If you know of any details regarding Blitz's whereabouts or who may be involved in this, please contact me immediately.

Whitehead, who was in Florida when the dog was stolen along with a couple of pairs of shoes and some bags, said initially that the unknown robbers demanded $10,000 for the return of his dog.

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At 4:32 a.m., Kasino posted a video showing Blitz being safely returned to Whitehead.

Whitehead said he contacted detectives but was told the calls and texts couldn't be traced because they came from a "burner phone".

"It's killing me, because I wasn't here to protect him". He said the caller said he would call back "but I haven't heard from him since".

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