Christmas was two weeks ago. I’m sure by now, kids have gotten and opened all their Christmas presents. But these two young boys have made a promise not to open their Christmas presents until their missing puppy is safe back home with them.
Six-year-old Bryson Reiter and his older brother Blake were devastated when their three-month-old French Bulldog puppy, Jackson, went missing on Christmas eve.
The family suspects that their puppy may have been stolen from their yard when the puppy and the boys were playing outside. The boys went inside for a while and when they came back outside, their beloved pup was gone.
Having their puppy missing was hard for the family. The boys even wrote a letter to Santa to bring their pup back. The family is also offering a $2000 reward for the pup’s safe return.
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For now, Christmas is on hold for the Reiter family till they reunite with their puppy. We hope and we pray that Jackson will be returned to his loving family very soon.
If you have any information regarding this, please contact the Riverside Police Department.
You can read more about this story at CBS Los Angeles.