BUENA PARK (CBS) — Two of four Yorkshire terriers stolen from a Buena Park woman’s home last Friday afternoon have been recovered, according to Buena Park police.

On November 11, Linda Bush returned to her Buena Park home around 12:15 and discovered someone stole an adult Yorkie — an 8-year-old named Staci– and three Yorkie puppies (two females and one male). The thief also stole property, including electronics.

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After the two puppies are checked out by a vet, they will be returned to Bush, said police. Bush told KCAL9 that the dogs appear to be fine.

The police department credits “numerous” tips from the public that lead to the arrest of two suspects — an adult male and adult female. It was unclear if the suspects had both puppies in their possession or if they know the whereabouts of the other two.

Bush remains concerned about Staci”s medical condition.

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Bush had offered a $10,000 reward for the safe return of the dogs.

Police say the other two canines may be surrendered at any police or fire station with no questions asked.

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