Baltimore County Police arrested Mark Tyrone Gibson, 37, and William Terrell Hudson, 33, late Tuesday in the parking lot of the White Marsh Mall, charging the men with first degree theft and burglary, as they tried to sell the owner back his deaf pit bull puppy stolen from a recent burglary reported Fox Baltimore.com.
Both men are being held at the Baltimore County Detention Center in lieu of $20,000 bond each.
The 13-week-old white pit bull puppy named Thor, has been the center of attention on social media, since being stolen during a robbery on March 13 at Mike Lenhart's home located on the 2400 block of Chetwood Circle.
The robbers stole expensive electronics including a flat screen television, a Playstation 3 console, and a MacBook Pro laptop.
None of the items stolen have been recovered.
A Facebook page called Help Thor Get Home helped to raise awareness plus a hefty $2,000 reward offered for the puppy's safe return.
According to ABC2 news.com, however, a coordinated effort between the puppy's owner and the Baltimore County Police brought the little white pooch home safe and sound.
Thor's snow white coat was dirty as if the puppy had spent time outside, but the excited bundle of cuteness knew he was home and romped in pure delight.
Some of the money raised for Thor's safe return will be returned to the donors, however the rest of the reward money will be donated to a charitable organization involved in pit bull rescue or support of the breed.
Welcome home Thor.
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