Mike Lenhart, who owns Thor the puppy, told ABC 2 News that a West Baltimore man called him and said: "I have your dog," and with help from the Baltimore County Police Department, the dog was returned home.
On Wednesday, Lenhart's girlfriend, Anna Hiken, posted the following on Go Fund Me, a crowdsourcing website where they raised money to offer a reward for their deaf pit bull puppy:
"Thank you to everyone that donated to help find thor! Don't be alarmed...we have refunded everyone's money because we did not give out a reward! The people that returned Thor were arrested so they obviously did not receive the money for his return. We were going to donate the money to another organization, but we decided we would rather have you all decide where your money is donated to! Once again thank you so much for all your help...we really couldn't have done it without every single one of you:)"
Police confirmed Wednesday morning that two people have been arrested.
Lenhart's apartment in the 2400 block of Chetwood Circle was broken into on March 13, at which time Thor was taken from his crate and electronics including a MacBook and PlayStation were stolen, according to The Baltimore Sun.
The Baltimore County Police Department said more information on the arrests would be available shortly.Related: Thor the Floppy-Eared Pup Missing After Padonia Road Burglary