AceShowbiz - "Dog the Bounty Hunter"'s merchandise store has been targeted by thieves who stole personal items belonging to his late wife Beth Chapman.
Law enforcement sources tell U.S. website The Blast that the reality star's shop in Edgewater, Colorado was broken into on Thursday, August 1, and ransacked.
The Blast editors report that some of Beth's personal bounty hunting gear was taken, as well as family mementos that were arranged in a memorial to Beth, who passed away in June after a battle with throat cancer.
The robbery was reportedly discovered by a member of the TV bounty hunter's team who went to the store to take care of some business. They also found thousands of dollars worth of clothing, and merchandise from their various TV shows, was missing.
Dog, real name Duane Chapman, rose to fame as the star of U.S. network A&E's show documenting his family's escapades as bounty hunters searching for wanted criminals, which began airing in 2004.