Sturridge offered a £30,000 reward after his beloved pomeranian Lucky Lucci went missing when burglars smashed into his Hollywood home.
In the video, the 29-year-old thanked fans and influencers around the world for helping assist in his pets return, which he claims was stolen from his house in Los Angeles.
He said in a video on Instagram: "I wanna know why they've took bags from upstairs".
Good Morning America confirmed on Wednesday afternoon that the former Liverpool striker has been reunited with his pup.
"How can you break into a house in L.A. and take somebody's dog?"
"Listen, whoever knows who broke into my crib, I'll pay you anything".
The dog was apparently discovered by two KTLA viewers, who called into the newsroom to say they had found the dog running in a street.
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Sturridge pleaded for the safe return of his dog in multiple Instagram posts Tuesday after his home was burglarized while he was out bowling with friends.
Sturridge's house in Los Angeles was broken into earlier this week and several items had been taken.
Unclear if Sturridge paid the ransom money or how the person who returned the dog got possession of Lucci in the first place. Straight up. 20 Gs.
"Bring my dog back to this house, I'm moving out of this b**** anyway, I don't give a s*** about this place". 30 Gs, whatever. Bring my dog back.
"You aren't going to get more than that anyway, and if you are, let me know and I'll pay more than them".
"I wanna know why they've [taken] my dog".
Somebody please find my dog, I'll pay anything.
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