By CBS Baltimore Staff

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A local animal shelter is looking to reunite a stolen dog with its owner after the dog in a carjacking early Friday morning in Baltimore.

BARCS Animal Shelter said Annie, a three-year-old brindle pitbull mix, was in her owner’s car when the car was stolen around 3 a.m. on Pimlico Road and Cold Spring Lane.

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“The only thing I care about is getting my sweet puppy back, she was stolen along with the vehicle,” said Conrad, Annie’s owner. “Her name is Annie, she’s a 3-year-old brindle pit-mix with white paws, a white chest, and the biggest, cutest ears you’ve ever seen.”

Conrad said Annie weighs about 55 pounds and was wearing a black dog harness and a Martingale collar with her tags. The stolen vehicle is a 2008 Black Toyota Yaris with Maryland tag: 3ENE30.

“Anyone that brings her to me or takes me to her gets a $500 cash reward and good karma for life,” Conrad told BARCS.

Conrad said he would prefer to have Annie dropped off to him directly, but BARCS is also a “safe haven” to drop off Annie as well.

CBS Baltimore Staff