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 Daniel Sturridge ordered to pay £22k reward money to man who found his lost dog

Daniel Sturridge, the former Liverpool, Chelsea, West Brom and England striker, has been ordered to pay around £22,000 to a man who found his beloved dog 'Lucci' after it was stolen during a burglary at his Los Angeles house in 2019

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Daniel Sturridge has been ordered by a Los Angeles court to pay £22,000 to a man who found his lost dog.

The former Premier League ace's dog was stolen from his house in Los Angeles in 2019, before being found the next day.

An emotiona l Sturridge appealed to social media upon realising the dog's disappearance, asking the public to help find his Pomeranian pooch called Lucci.

The ex-Liverpool, Chelsea, West Brom and England striker offered an award of around £22,000 to anybody who was able to find and bring the dog to him.

However, the dog was soon found by Los Angeles based musician Foster Washington, who has proceeded to take the striker to court after he allegedly failed to pay him the money.

Daniel Sturridge's beloved dog Lucci was stolen in July 2019, but found very soon after
Daniel Sturridge's beloved dog Lucci was stolen in July 2019, but found very soon after.

“Hopefully he pays up and doesn’t try to appeal it,” Washington told PA.

“I’m excited about it, I’ve been fighting this case for over a year, I can’t believe it’s over.

“When we found the dog I thought my life was going to be better.”

Sturridge’s dog is believed to have be have been stolen on July 9, 2019.


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