Dog The Bounty Hunter's Late Wife Beth's Items Stolen In Store Robbery

By Regina Star

August 2, 2019

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Dog the Bounty Hunter star Duane "Dog" Chapman's Colorado store was robbed last night, and among the stolen effects were personal items that belonged to his late wife Beth Chapman.

According to TMZ, local authorities said the robbery transpired in Edgewater, Colorado, Thursday (August 1). After smashing through the store's front door, the crook reportedly made away with a ton of Dog merchandise, but worst of all, Beth's personal bounty hunting equipment.

Dog, who was alerted about the burglary early Friday morning (August 2), took to Twitter to offer a large cash reward for anyone with information on the bandit responsible. "The Bible says it is an unforgivable sin to steal from the dead. LARGE CASH REWARD FOR ANY INFORMATION FIR [sic] WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS !!!" he tweeted.

The robbery couldn't have happened at a more unfortunate time, as Beth died on June 26 after a years-long fight with Stage 2 throat cancer. She was 51.

The reality star had been battling with the disease since 2017, before she was placed in a medically-induced coma at Hawaii's Queen's Medical Center where she spent the final moments of her life. Days after her passing, the Chapman family gathered to honor Beth's final wishes in a paddle-out memorial service at Fort DeRussy Beach Park, where her ashes were later spread across Hawaii's Waikiki waters.

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