This English bulldog named Tiger was stolen from its owner on Sept. 19. Courtesy photo

This English bulldog named Tiger was stolen from its owner on Sept. 19. Courtesy photo

Woman searching for her service dog stolen in Federal Way

Woman offering a reward for information about her English bulldog that leads to his return.

A woman is asking for the community’s help to find her service dog, Tiger, that was stolen in Federal Way on Sept. 19.

Marina Rhodes said her English bulldog was stolen from 327th Street and 6th Street Southwest.

According to Rhodes, her service dog helps keep her safe when she is an altered mental state, as she has narcolepsy.

Rhodes said Tiger also has an eye condition, and he needs constant medical attention so he doesn’t go blind.

She is desperate to find her service dog and is offering a reward for information about him that leads to his return.

Anyone with information can call Rhodes at 206-799-1422.

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