WEST PARK (CBSMiami) – A shootout over a pair of purloined puppies took place in West Park on Monday night and it was captured on home surveillance video.

A woman who raises “Micro Bully” puppies said three young men came to her home and asked about buying a couple of the dogs. Once inside, the woman said they pulled a gun and told her not to move.

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When they attempted to steal two of the puppies, she fought back, according to the Broward Sheriff’s Office. The teens then fled the woman’s home with two of the dogs. The woman grabbed a gun and ran after them.

A Ring camera captured an exchange of gunfire as the teens ran to a vehicle and then drove off.

Woman who just had two puppies stolen is seen in this surveillance image firing at the suspects. (CBS4 Viewer)

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The woman was not hurt in the shooting. She said the stolen puppies are worth $3,000-$4,000 each.

Sheriff’s detectives were able to arrest one of the teens, a 16-year-old, who faces charges of armed robbery with a firearm and shooting into an occupied dwelling.

Suspects caught on surveillance video before they allegedly snatched two puppies from a woman in West Park. (CBS4 Viewer)

All three of them were captured on the surveillance video standing at the front door prior to the puppy snatching.

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If you recognize them, call police. Detectives are working to arrest the other two.

CBSMiami.com Team