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A police department's therapy dog kept stealing toys from their holiday drive

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When officers from the Franklin Police Department noticed that toys donated to their holiday drive benefiting the Santa Foundation were going missing, they probably never imagined that it was an inside job. So they were rightly surprised when they found the missing toys stashed under an officer's desk.

But it wasn't the officer stealing the toys, it was their therapy dog, a golden retriever named Ben. 

"When Ben saw the toys, he thought they all belonged to him," Deputy Chief James Mill told WFXT. Officers eventually caught Ben in the act attempting to steal a baby doll. They were able to follow him back to his stash, located right next to his bed under a desk.