UPDATE (Oct. 30) -- The stolen puppy was found in Portland, according to the Clark County Sheriff's Office.
It was located at a home near Division Street and Southeast 155th Avenue.
Police identified the suspect as 25-year-old Jamie Homsley.
Homsley voluntarily released the puppy to detectives. Charges are being filed with the Clark County Prosecutor's Office.
The puppy was returned to its rightful owner.
Original story below.
Clark County police are looking for two suspects accused of using fake money to purchase a French Bulldog.
The victim told police they agreed to sell the bulldog to an unknown individual. The two parties met and one of the suspects gave the seller an envelope filled with fake money. The suspect then got in a car that started to drive away with the dog. Once the victim discovered the money was counterfeit, the seller tried to stop the vehicle but was unable to do so.
The victim told police the first suspect was 20 to 30 years old, about 5-foot-4, and described the suspect's build as "heavy on the top with skinny legs." The seller also said the suspect had an "orange spray-on tan" that looked thick and fake, and had her hair pulled behind her ears with bangs.
The second suspect, who was driving the car, was described by the victim as a skinny woman with a shallow, pale complexion and long, straight, dark hair with some gray.
The car the suspects were driving was a dinged-up and dented white convertible Chrysler LaBaron.
The Clark County Sheriff's Office asks anyone with information about the suspects or the location of the dog to contact Detective Robin Yakhour at email@example.com.