British actor Steven Cole has been reunited with his $80,000 (£50,000) sports car after it was stolen on Monday (17Mar14).
Cole, who played a Dothraki bloodrider called Kovarro in series two of fantasy Tv drama Game of Thrones, was at a stand-up comedy show when burglars broke into his north London home. They stole Cole's two pet Chihuahuas and left the property in his Porsche Boxster.
The car has since been found in central London but the pets are still missing.
A spokesperson for the Metropolitan Police says in a statement, "The suspects - described as three white males aged approximately late teens/early twenties - stole, amongst other things, the occupier's two Chihuahua dogs and fled the scene in the occupier's car - a white Porsche Boxster. The car was later found. There have been no arrests so far and the investigation continues."
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