A press release and picture for a stolen dog, really?? http://www.riversidesheriff.org/press/jvs10-0210-1.htm On Wednesday, February 10, 2010, deputies from the Jurupa Valley Station were contacted by a citizen of the Highgrove area regarding suspicious circumstances surrounding an earlier traffic collision and a neighbors missing family pet. Further investigation revealed a 24-year-old female and her 2-year-old son had been involved in an earlier traffic collision where their vehicle struck a center median on Iowa Avenue and landed upside down. The 2-year-old child was secured in the backseat of the vehicle and their family pet, a 3-year-old Yorkshire Terrier named Rizzo, was riding in the backseat beside the child. While paramedics were removing the occupants from the vehicle, The Yorkshire Terrier became frightened and ran out of a broken window northbound on Iowa Avenue. Two adult onlookers and several small children chased after the small dog and were able to catch the pet a short distance away. As they were returning to the scene with the Yorkshire Terrier, an unknown Hispanic male adult grabbed the dog from their arms and told them in Spanish that he would return the dog to the owner. The unknown Hispanic male adult then ran away, in the opposite direction, with the Yorkshire Terrier in his arms. The California Highway Patrol investigated the traffic collision. Fortunately, the mother and child, who were involved in the collision, sustained only minor injuries and they were treated and released from a local hospital. However, once released from the hospital they realized their beloved family pet Rizzo had been stolen from them. The suspect is described as a Hispanic male adult, 5-11, 180 lbs., short black hair, brown eyes, and light brown skin. He was last seen wearing a tan short sleeve shirt with the letters, White Cap on the back, black work pants, and dirty white tennis shoes. Deputies are continuing to investigate leads in this case as they develop. Anyone with any information regarding this crime is encouraged to contact Deputy Colbert at the Jurupa Valley Station (951) 955-2600.