SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – A dog abducted by a supposed Good Samaritan from an injured victim involved in a multiple vehicle crash on the Bay Bridge last weekend has now been recovered by the California Highway Patrol, shared the authorities with.

In a Facebook post on Sunday, the CHP asked the public for assistance in providing video / dash camera footage if they were in the area at the time of the March 13 collision.

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The collision occurred around 7:02 p.m. in the westward lanes of 80 west of the toll booths.

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The CHP said that after the crash, a red Scion XB with Oregon license plates pulled up at the scene to check on the welfare of those involved in the collision.

While coming into contact with an injured accident victim, a Scion man snatched a white year old Terrier from the Acura, placed it in the Scion, and fled the scene before the CHP officers arrived.

The vehicle was tracked down by investigators at a San Francisco address where the missing terrier was and was eventually returned to its rightful owner. The Scion owner was not cooperative in the investigation and the CHP hoped that a passing motorist could have taken a picture of him at the scene of the accident.

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Please contact the CHP San Francisco area office by phone or social media if you can assist with the investigation.