The following article sounds alarmingly familiar.
And it’s causing me to wonder: How hard would it be for a 100-pound Alaskan Malamute with a lot of self-confidence and zero respect for the words “Drop it!” to hop a flight to Salt Lake City, pull off a bone robbery, bury said booty in a shallow hole and promptly forget all about it, and return home without me noticing? What if he posed as a pilot? It worked for the kid in “Catch Me if You Can.”
Dog helps self to treat in Salt Lake store
A dog walked into the front door of a suburban Salt Lake City supermarket, headed straight for the pet food aisle and grabbed a $2.79 bone off the shelf.
Then he came face to face with store manager Roger Adamson.
“I looked at him. I said ‘Drop it!’” Adamson said. “He looked at me, and I looked at him, he ran for the door and away he went, right out the front door.”
“You had to see to believe it, but it happened. So, it’s crazy,” said Tracy Jacobson, with Smith’s Food & Drug.
The dog remains at large.
Too bad there’s not a sketch artist rendering of the thief. However, if by ‘at large’ they mean,