Dog returned to owner after being stolen from horse event in Ocala, police say

“Ty,” a border collie, stolen by two women, police say

Courtesy photo. (Ocala Police Department)

OCALA, Fla.UPDATE: The Ocala Police Department confirmed to News 6 on Saturday that Ty was reunited with his owner after the person who had possession of him met with officers April 17. No arrest has been made at the time of this report, police said.

ORIGINAL: The Ocala Police Department is investigating an incident where a dog was stolen from its owners during a horse event at Southeastern Livestock Pavilion on Saturday.

Police said a border collie was taken from its owners by two women who are possibly in their 60s.

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The dog’s name is Ty and he was last seen wearing a beaded brown leather collar that had a piece of green twine tied to it, police said.

Anyone with any information is asked to call 352-369-7000.