Missing dog in E. Flatbush found safe

"Love-e," a white Maltese who had been missing since Sunday, was brought to the Linden Boulevard Animal Shelter.

"Love-e," a white Maltese who had been missing since Sunday, was brought to the Linden Boulevard Animal Shelter. (8/12/15)

BROOKLYN - A missing dog in East Flatbush has been reunited with her family.

"Love-e," a white Maltese who had been missing since Sunday, was brought to the Linden Boulevard Animal Shelter.

A neighbor's surveillance camera had captured what appeared to be two women taking the dog right in front of her home.

Love-e's family put up fliers, knocked on doors and filed a police report to find her.

It is unknown who returned the dog, but Love-e's family says that they are just happy she's home.

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