Published: Wed, July 19, 2017
Markets | By Terence Owen

Cowboys' Lucky Whitehead says someone is demanding ransom after taking his dog

Cowboys' Lucky Whitehead says someone is demanding ransom after taking his dog

Lucky Whitehead revealed that his gorgeous American XL Bully pup Blitz had been stolen from his Texas home while he was out of town last week. Blitz was adopted by Whitehead back in May. Whitehead says he suspects the heist was "an inside job" and plans to talk to some people close to him.

Whitehead, according to, said the perpetrator demanded $10,000 for the return of his dog.

Whitehead posted the news of the dog being stolen on Instagram, and advised the thief to bring back the pet before the situation escalated even more.

He said the man calling from an unknown phone number asked: "How much does the dog mean to you?" and said that if Whitehead wanted his dog returned, "you got to cut a check".

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Whitehead said he got a phone call demanding money for Blitz's return, and Whitehead replied that he would pay the money, "I just gotta make sure my dog is OK, we'll meet". Whitehead posted on Snapchat with a short video of his dog.

The monetary figure that Whitehead said the ransom caller mentioned: $10,000.

On Sunday, the Cowboys wide receiver told NBC 5 in Dallas that he was in Florida when a friend who had been watching his home said someone broke in and stole some shoes and a bag. It was obvious to anyone who happened upon his posts about Blitz that this National Football League player's dog meant a lot to him. I wasn't here to protect him. "It hurts because I don't know how he's being treated".

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