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Woodberry man's stolen Boston Terrier returned after home break-in

Posted at 2:34 PM, Nov 18, 2020
and last updated 2020-11-19 18:02:33-05

BALTIMORE — UPDATE: Gabe Gallico says that Rosie has been returned and is back in his care!


A Woodberry man is desperately looking for his stolen Boston Terrier, Rosie.

Gabe Gallico says he was at work last Friday, when someone tossed a brick through his house window and stole Rosie from her crate.

Gabe set up a GoFundMe that's already raised more than $3,000 that will be used as a cash reward for Rosie's safe return.

In his post, Gabriel explained how much Rosie means to him.

"I got her at a very difficult time in my life and she has helped me get through those dark days. Last Friday, someone threw a brick through my window and stole her out of her crate while I was at work."

Gallico says the nearly two year old Boston terrier is more than just a pet or even a friend.

He says she’s more like a family member that got him through some of his toughest times.

"Honestly, I’m angry, I'm hurt. I’m devastated, but when it all comes down to it, I just want my Rosie back,” Gallico said.

He’s now offering a $2500 reward for information that can help get her back.

Rosie is micro-chipped, according to Gabe who lives in the 3500 block of Clipper Road.

If you have seen Rosie or know where she may be, call Gabe at 443-717-4860.