Largo police are looking for Bryant Farfan after he allegedly stepped into a Florida Pet Store dressed as a woman and purchased a French Bulldog Puppy using a stolen credit card. Woo! That's a lot!
The dog worth about $4,000 was purchased on October 2nd from All About Puppies Pet Store in Largo, FL. The pet store believes Farfan may be attempting to sell the dog for a higher profit. Surveillance footage shown below shows Farfan holding the dog in the store dressed as a woman.
Pet Store manager, Allie Julian shared,
"The only thing we are hoping for is the safe return of our puppy. We're offering a $1,000 reward in hopes that someone will do the right thing and return her to us.” Police said, “probable cause exists for Farfan's arrest.”
“If you have purchased a French Bulldog from Farfan recently, contact detectives and the staff at All About Puppies to determine whether or not your animal was stolen from this business,” officials wrote yesterday. Police noted that any leads to the whereabouts of either Farfan or the stolen puppy could be directed to Det. Steve Allred or Det. Lance Moore at 727-587-6730.
The puppy and the mugshot of Farfan can be seen below.
Sources: Largo Police, ABC Action News, Newsweek