Lady Gaga’s dogs returned over after violent dognapping

The pop star’s French bulldogs were found over the weekend by a woman who investigators said is not connected to the case.
2:06 | 03/01/21

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It's a Monday. Let's get the latest on lady gaga's dog-walker recovering after being shot. Police still searching for the suspects in there but gaga's dogs are back home right now. Kaylee Hartung is in L.A. With the story. Good morning, Kaylee. Reporter: Yeah, good morning, George. Lady gaga, she's calling her dog-walker a hero, but police still have an active criminal investigation on their hands with two suspects still on the run and the dogs returned by an apparent good samaritan. There's a lot of mystery surrounding this case. This morning, lady gaga's beloved French bulldogs safely back at home after that violent attack caught on home surveillance camera but the manhunt continues for the suspects seen in this video obtained by TMZ. It shows the moment two men demand dog-walker Ryan Fischer hand over the valuable pets. As they struggle, Fischer is shot and the suspects drive off with two of lady gaga's three Help me, I've been shot. Reporter: Fischer's family telling ABC news doctors expect him to make a full recovery. Gaga tweeting I continue to love you, Ryan Fischer, you risked your life to fight for our family. She made her plea online for the safe return of koej by and Gustave offering $500,000 in a reward. An unidentified woman reached out to her staff and brought the dogs into a Los Angeles police station. She reportedly found them with their leashes tied to a pole. This woman isn't being implicated in the crime and it's unclear if she'll be receiving that handsome reward. The French chis are Instagram famous seen with gaga over the years backstage before big moments and cuddled up in more private ones. Police say there's no indication the attackers knew the dogs belonged to gaga. French bulldogs sell for as much as $3,000 to $5,000 and police say that makes them a prime target for thieves. Lady gaga's been in Rome throughout the whole ordeal filming a new project and Ryan's family says she's shown nothing but nonstop love and concern for Ryan and their family right from the outset. We wish him, of course, the best in his recovery. Guys. We want Ryan to recover well. Thanks very much. Let's go to ginger.

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