Lady Gaga's Dogs Recovered After Theft and Shooting

Lady Gaga
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Lady Gaga

The singer's dog were stolen and her assistant shot on Wednesday night, an incident that led her to offer a $500,000 reward for the dogs' return.

Two French bulldogs owned by Lady Gaga, which were stolen on Wednesday night in an incident in which her assistant was also shot, have been returned safely.

The dogs were returned on Friday night around 6 p.m. to the LAPD's Olympic Community Police Station and have since been returned to Lady Gaga's representatives, public information officer Mike Lopez said on Friday. The dogs were unharmed.

The LAPD is still investigating the case and will be questioning the individual who returned the dogs. No more information was available about the individual.

Gaga's assistant, who was shot during the theft on Wednesday, is in serious but stable condition.

The theft occurred right before 10 p.m. on Wednesday on the 1500 block of Sierra Bonita Avenue as the assistant, 30, was walking three dogs, per the LAPD. The assistant was shot once as a gunman attempted to steal all three dogs; however, one canine fled the scene in the process and was later recovered by the LAPD. The gunman escaped in a white vehicle driving in the direction of Hollywood Boulevard.

Gaga subsequently offered a $500,000 reward for the stolen dogs with no questions asked and posted about her assistant on Instagram on Friday: "I continue to love you Ryan Fischer, you risked your life to fight for our family. You’re forever a hero."