Lady Gaga's two stolen bulldogs have been turned over to Los Angeles police and reunited with the singer's representatives, a spokesman says.
The dogs were taken this week after Gaga's dog walker, Ryan Fischer, was shot while out in the Californian city. The singer on Friday offered a US$500,000 reward for the return of her beloeved French bulldogs.
According to the Associated Press, on Saturday, a woman took the dogs into the LAPD's Olympic Community Police Station. Gaga's representatives were then called to the station and were able to take the unharmed canines home. The singer is currently in Rome filming a movie.
Police Captain Jonathan Tippett said the woman who dropped the dogs at the station appeared to be "uninvolved and unassociated" with the attack on Fischer. However, AP said it wasn't clear how she obtained the dogs.
In a dramatic clip obtained by TMZ, two men pull up in a white vehicle and make a grab for the dogs. A gun is brandished at the dog walker and one man can be heard saying "give it up" before firing at Fischer.