Teeny, tiny dog named Little Bit stolen during home invasion in Surrey, B.C.

It’s been more than two weeks and there’s still no trace of Little Bit.

RCMP in British Columbia have now put out an APB for the stolen dog — a miniature pincher/shih tzu cross, which vanished during a home invasion last month.

Just before midnight on June 27, Mounties got a call about an assault on two people in a Surrey home. The victims said two men had forced their way inside, attacked them, causes damages and took off with personal items as well as their female dog, Little Bit.

The teeny black dog is 6-months-old and she was wearing a black studded collar.

Police arrested two men at another home just a few hours later, but Little Bit still hasn’t been located.

“While the motive is still under investigation police believe it was not a random act,” Sgt. Tammy Lobb, said in a statement July 10. “The investigation is ongoing as officers continue to follow leads and gather evidence in the case.”

Christopher Nygard, 49, and John Harasym, 37, are charged with aggravated assault and assault with a weapon. Both are in custody.

Police are asking for tips about Little Bit’s whereabouts. Call the Surrey RCMP Detachment at 604-599-0502 under file number 2023-106030.

Little Bit has been missing since June 27. Photo: RCMP

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