A family from Morgan Hill, California, has been left devastated after thieves stole their dog and every present from under their Christmas tree.
Chris Lancer and his wife returned home to find the front and back doors, which they had locked, were open.
They discovered that their daughter’s dog had vanished along with $600 worth of gifts.
The discovery was made on Wednesday evening and, by Christmas Eve, there was still no suspect.
“There’s no suspect at this time,” Sgt. Jose Cardoza from the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Department told Mercury News.
“They say they don’t know who would have done it.”
Photographs were taken and officers took fingerprints from the house, Sgt. Jose Cardoza said.
“They were able to locate some good prints and are giving them to the lab,” he said.
The Lancers were unable to replace the gifts, but were more upset that their dog has not been found.
On Christmas Eve, Chris Lancer pleaded with the burglars.
“Bring the dog back, please,” the man said on NBC 11.
“It’s my daughter’s dog. I won’t say nothing if you just bring the dog back.”