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Lady Gaga's family is pleading with the public to come forward with any information regarding an incident that happened Wednesday night.

As her dog walker, and family friend, was strolling down the 1500 block of North Sierra Bonita Avenue in Los Angeles County, he was struck by a gunshot. The suspect proceeded to take two out of three of the singer's dogs that were being walked at the time of the attack.

Jeff Lee, the Los Angeles Police Department Public Information Officer, reported to Fox News that a 30-year old white male victim had been shot just before 10 pm on Wednesday, February 24th.

Lee said, "Last night at around 9:40 pm, a shooting took place in the 1500 block of North Sierra Bonita Avenue. The unknown male suspect fired a gunshot from an unknown location, striking the 30-year-old male white victim."

The singer's dogs were two French bulldogs-Koji and Gustav. The third dog-Asia seemed to have escaped during the ordeal and is back in the family's hands.


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Gaga's father, Joe Germanotta, spoke to Fox News sharing, the family's despair and adding, "Our whole family is upset and praying Koji and Gustavo are not harmed."

The record-breaking singer has offered a half a million-dollar award for information leading to the return of her beloved dogs. Those with information on the case should email KojiandGustav@gmail.com.


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As of now, the suspect has not been caught, and there are no public leads. It has been released that "the suspect was last observed in a white vehicle northbound of Sierra Bonita Avenue towards Hollywood Boulevard."

 

It is probably safe to say, the Gaga empire and her Little Monsters won't stop until the puppers are returned. $500,000 is a hefty price, but she shares the same sentiment that many others do: dogs ARE definitely family.

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