MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Police have identified a man captured on surveillance video stealing a dog from a Miami-Dade shelter.

According to the Miami-Dade Police Department, Christopher Fisher Alfonso, 24, stole Django from the Miami-Dade Animal Services shelter on May 17th at approximately 5 PM.

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Surveillance video shows Alfonso walking into the shelter through an employee entrance gate, taking the one-year-old Belgian Malinois and then leaving through a restricted-access exit.

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The video also shows a woman with Alfonso, Jenny Roxanne Cavallo, earlier in the day prior to the theft.  Police believe she may have information about the theft and the possible location of Django.

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Anyone with information on Alfonso, Cavallo or the current location of the dog is encouraged to contact the Animal Services Investigations Unit at (305) 418-7172.

Miami-Dade Animal Services is looking for Django, a Belgian Malinois, stolen from the shelter on May 14th. (Source: MDAS)

Miami-Dade Animal Services is looking for Django, a Belgian Malinois, stolen from the shelter on May 14th. (Source: MDAS)