Along with the dog, Sturridge said other belongings were stolen from his home. "I'm dead serious", Sturridge said. I wanna know why they took my dog. "I'll pay more than them". And if you are let me know and I'll pay more than them.
"How can you break into a house in L.A. and take somebody's dog, are you insane?" Are you insane? You've come into a house to take a dog.
The former Liverpool star came back home only to find out his dog was stolen and some items including bags were also stolen. "I'll pay anything. I want him back". "I'm dead serious, I just want my dog back".
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"Bring my dog back to this house, I'm moving out of this b**** anyway, I don't give a s*** about this place". Bring my dog back to this address. 20 g's, 30 g's, whatever.
Sturridge says in an Instagram post that he'll pay anything for the return of the little Pomeranian named Lucci.
The dog called Lucky Lucci, has an Instagram page with over 3000 followers.
"It's a Monday. We was at the house at 11:30, we'd been away for two hours". As well as his dog, other personal property was taken from Sturridge's home in the Hollywood Hills, police said.