Cowboys WR says his dog was stolen for ransom money

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The captors have reached out to Whitehead via phone on multiple accounts, demanding ransom money for the dog's return, according to National Football League player's post.

If someone stole my dog I would pay a lot to get her back.

"While out of town, Blitz was being taken care of by a close friend at my house and someone broke in and took him", he posted. Whomever stole Blitz has contacted my phone numerous times, demanding ransom money.

Cowboys wide receiver and return-man Lucky Whitehead took to Instagram Sunday evening to announce that his XL Bully puppy named "Blitz" was stolen from his home while he was out of town for the week.

"I strongly advise you to stop and return my boy safely before it gets any worse!" he said in the post, addressing the person who's responsible.

Whitehead asked his Instagram followers to contact him if they know anything about his dog's whereabouts.