Thanks to the State Police and the power of social media, one little dog is finally being reunited with their family.

It's one thing to steal someone's car, because we all know that it's an awful thing to do. But it's even worse someone would steal a car with someone's dog in it. How could you be so cruel?

The Great Glenn Rescue

NYSP Dispatch recently received a call of a missing Jeep Cherokee from the Waterloo Outlets, right off the Thruway. It appeared someone had broken into the vehicle and driven away with it.

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To make matters worse, the owners dog Glenn was inside the car too. Glenn is a little white Morkie, now missing and scared to death in the back of the Jeep.

The NYSP quickly created a post on Facebook, asking anyone for help finding the owner's Jeep and little Morkie. The post got over 8.4 thousand shares and 700+ comments, with everyone wanting to get Glenn back to his family.

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Sure enough, the post worked like magic. They were able to find Glenn and the car the very next day, all thanks to the power of social media.

Credit - New York State Police via Facebook
Credit - New York State Police via Facebook

The State Police want to thank everyone for their help in finding both the stolen Jeep and Glenn. You made the owner's entire year to be reunited with their dog once again. Not to mention getting their car back!

Follow the NYSP on Facebook to help with any future cases like this.

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