The dognappers managed to break in and went straight for the pooches, according to store manager Colleen Savelli. Nothing else was stolen.
Marley made it through harrowing 30 hour adventure that saw him stolen off the street and unloaded by the dognapper downtown.
Crime in New York City can be a dog-gone shame.
Joan Hong says her Yorkie named Matsu was stolen off the street in Brooklyn. It is the third dognapping reported in the last month.
Lisa Peterson of the American Kennel Club said theft of dogs nationwide has increased every year since 2008.