Chihuahua in California thrown to death down seven floors

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  • Dunky, the Chihuahua, was killed a burglar broke into his owner’s car Saturday  
  • The unidentified owner had parked in a parking garage on the seventh floor  
  • When he returned to his vehicle, he discovered someone had broken into it 
  • He also found Dunky dead near a street as a Good Samaritan waited with the pup
  • Police reviewed surveillance footage and identified the burglar as Wakeen Best
  • Best, 35, was arrested Sunday and charged with burglary, animal cruelty, grand theft, possession of stolen property, carrying a concealed weapon & vandalism

Valerie Edwards For Dailymail.com

A man’s beloved Chihuahua was thrown to his death from the seventh floor of a parking garage after a burglar broke into his car in California

The unidentified owner of Dunky, the four-year-old Chihuahua, told police that he had parked his car on the seventh floor of a parking garage on Saturday. 

According to the San Francisco Police Department, officers responded to the 400 block of Stockton Street around 2pm. 

A man's beloved Chihuahua, named Dunky (pictured), was thrown to his death from the seventh floor of a parking garage after a burglar broke into his car in California

A man's beloved Chihuahua, named Dunky (pictured), was thrown to his death from the seventh floor of a parking garage after a burglar broke into his car in California

A man’s beloved Chihuahua, named Dunky (pictured), was thrown to his death from the seventh floor of a parking garage after a burglar broke into his car in California

The unidentified owner of Dunky (pictured) told police that he had parked his car on the seventh floor of a parking garage on Saturday

The unidentified owner of Dunky (pictured) told police that he had parked his car on the seventh floor of a parking garage on Saturday

The unidentified owner of Dunky (pictured) told police that he had parked his car on the seventh floor of a parking garage on Saturday

The victim told police that when he was walking to his car, he noticed someone waiting with Dunky’s body at the corner of Sutter and Stockton Streets. 

At first the owner thought his dog somehow managed to get out of his vehicle and fell from the seventh floor of the parking garage. 

But once the victim returned to his car, he discovered that someone had broken into it. 

Broken glass and blood was found throughout the man’s car and his glove compartment had been rummaged through.  

‘Officers found a blood trail leading to the ledge where Dunky was thrown onto the street below,’ the SFPD said in a press statement. 

Police then obtained surveillance footage which captured the suspect, identified as Wakeen Best, on video.   

The victim told police that when he was walking to his car, he noticed someone waiting with Dunky's (pictured) body at the corner of Sutter and Stockton Streets 

The victim told police that when he was walking to his car, he noticed someone waiting with Dunky's (pictured) body at the corner of Sutter and Stockton Streets 

The victim told police that when he was walking to his car, he noticed someone waiting with Dunky’s (pictured) body at the corner of Sutter and Stockton Streets 

Police then obtained surveillance footage which captured the suspect, identified as Wakeen Best, on video. Best was arrested and charged with burglary, animal cruelty, grand theft, possession of stolen property, carrying a concealed weapon and vandalism

Police then obtained surveillance footage which captured the suspect, identified as Wakeen Best, on video. Best was arrested and charged with burglary, animal cruelty, grand theft, possession of stolen property, carrying a concealed weapon and vandalism

Police then obtained surveillance footage which captured the suspect, identified as Wakeen Best, on video. Best was arrested and charged with burglary, animal cruelty, grand theft, possession of stolen property, carrying a concealed weapon and vandalism

Best was arrested on Sunday after an officer spotted him in the area of Polk and Bush Streets. 

The 35 year-old San Francisco resident, was arrested and booked into San Francisco County Jail.

He was charged with burglary, animal cruelty, grand theft, possession of stolen property, carrying a concealed weapon, vandalism, and a probation violation. 

Best was also booked on misdemeanor charges of possession of burglary tools, possession of drug paraphernalia, and violation of a court order.

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