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Northside couple pleading for return of their French bulldogs after home robbery

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UPDATE: The missing French bulldogs have been found and reunited with their owners. The dogs were found wandering the street in Humboldt Park.

David Wilk and Charlie Gurion, who live on the 3100 block of North Sacramento and Belmont in the Avondale neighborhood of Chicago, just want their two French bulldogs returned to them after their home was burglarized on Tuesday morning reports NBC Chicago.

The couple had stepped out to a local coffee house when someone broke into their home and stole computers and other electronics. The home was ransacked and the front door was left open.

The dogs are part of the family, and also have special needs.

Rue is a two-year-old white French bulldog with tan spots. He is deaf and has severe allergies which are treated by medication. Rue weighs 18 pounds. Pierre is a nine-month-old gray French bulldog with blue eyes. He weighs approximately 20 pounds.

Their other two dogs, Yorkshire terriers, were found and are safe.

There have been reports of seeing the dogs running loose near Humboldt Park.

If you have any information about the robbery, please call (312)-744-8263.

If you have seen either Rue or Pierre, please call the owners at (815)-603-8177 or (224)-234-8177.

Please help these dogs find their way back to safety.

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