TEMPE, AZ - A Valley family is celebrating after their stolen dog turned up safe and sound Thursday.
Tempe police spokesman Michael Pooley said an alert employee at Maricopa County Animal Care and Control called police to say "Lucky" had been located and was at their facility.
Lucky disappeared April 19 after burglars broke into her owner's home near McClintock Drive and Elliot Road.
Pooley said even though the victims lost several items of property from the burglary, they are excited to get Lucky back.
Officials said Lucky appears to be in good spirits and was happy to be with familiar faces.
Police are still looking for the burglary suspects.
Officers released descriptions of the two men and the vehicle they were driving.
The first suspect is described as a Hispanic male, 5 feet 9 inches to 5 feet 10 inches tall, stocky build, 170 pounds, short brown hair, 19 years old, clean shaven and wearing a white T-shirt and blue jeans.
The second suspect is described as a black male, 6 feet to 6 feet 1 inch tall, thin build, 170 pounds, high black afro, clean shaven and wearing a black sweat outfit.
Their vehicle is described as a blue Toyota 4-door sedan with a personalized environmental plate.
You can see composite sketches of the suspects in the photo slideshow above.
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