Husky returned to owners after 'mistake'

HOUSTON – An owner has been reunited with their dog after a big misunderstanding in Fort Bend County.

A woman and her 16-year-old son returned Fox, a husky that went missing on Jan. 23, to his owner on Jan. 24 around 11 a.m.

The owner said everything was a mistake, because the person on camera was actually trying to help Fox, who he thought was lost.

The owner said Fox is in good condition.

She also said that Fox is an expert at escaping and they saw him escape on camera, but were unable to find him. That's when she said he was taken.

She also said she never thought he was taken, but initially believed he was lost in the neighborhood.

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A shocking theft happened in Fort Bend County. A dog was snatched out of its owner's driveway in the middle of the day.

Surveillance video shows a man approach the 2-year-old husky Saturday afternoon.

The next moment, the man wraps a leash around the dog's body and drags it to a van.

The husky's owner said she's heartbroken because the video shows her dog fighting to stay.

The owner said she just wants her dog back.

She said his name is Fox.

She and police are hoping someone recognizes the van the man was driving and calls police.

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