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Reunited! 'Pittie Princess' Who Hopped Into Walnut Creek Police Car Back Home With Family

'Quinn looks pretty darn happy to be back with her family!' Walnut Creek police wrote on Facebook

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    A dog who hopped in a Walnut Creek police car (left) has been reunited with her family (right.) (July 10, 2018)

    What to Know

    • The lost pup hopped in a Walnut Creek police officer's patrol car on July 1

    • Police originally said the pup was a "seemingly sweet and loving dog who would love to be reunited with her family"

    • After being reunited, the crown-wearing "pittie princess" took a photo with her happy humans

    A lost dog who hopped into the front seat of a Walnut Creek police car more than one week ago has been reunited with her family.

    Contra Costa Animal Services took to social media Tuesday afternoon to share a photo of the so-called "pittie princess" named Quinn wearing a crown and sporting a smile while sitting next to her humans.

    "Quinn looks pretty darn happy to be back with her family!" Walnut Creek police wrote on Facebook.

    The pup is about a year-and-a-half old and has since been microchipped, according to her family and the police department.

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