Woman who found Lady Gaga’s kidnapped dogs is yet to receive $500,000 cash reward

The woman who found Lady Gaga’s kidnapped two French bulldogs is yet to receive her cash reward of $500,000 after finding the singer’s dogs.

The Los Angeles Police Department advised Gaga not to give the cash reward until the cops determined that the finder had nothing to do with the dog-napping.

Media houses claim the incident of dog theft and shooting of Lady Gaga’s dog walker, Ryan Fischer could be part of a gang initiation.

Ryan Fischer was walking the superstar’s pooches, Koji, Miss Asia and Gustavo around 10 pm on February 24 when two armed men abducted the dogs in Hollywood, Los Angeles, United States.

Footage showed one of the suspects firing at Mr Fischer before making off with the dogs, Koji and Gustav. A third bulldog, named Miss Asia, ran away and was later recovered by police later that night.

Under 48 hours after the dognapping a woman returned the dogs to the LAPD’s Olympic Community Police Station. The canines were confirmed to be Gaga’s by her representatives.

Gaga is eager to keep her promise after the woman is cleared by the cops of not being involved in the crime, reports added.