Someone Kept Stealing This Mom’s Cupcakes So She Set Up A Hidden Camera… BUSTED!


It’s the robbery of the century! Someone is stealing mommy’s freshly baked cupcakes from the kitchen! Mr. and Mrs. Schlander quiz their entire family to see who the culprit is, but when no one fesses up to the crime, they decide to conduct investigations of their own.

Unbeknownst the rest of the family, this husband and wife duo set up a hidden camera in the kitchen to catch the thief red-handed. Little did they know that the person committing the crime wasn’t a human at all! Instead, it’s Sierra, the family’s one-year-old German Shorthair Pointer!


The pup is too smart for her own good. She reaches up to the counter where the five new cupcakes are, sneakily glances around to make sure no one is watching, and then grabs one cupcake off and swallows it whole! Naughty dog!


She does it again, polishing off the next cupcake. And then the next, and the next, and the next! In five minutes, this pup has eaten all five cupcakes. That’s one impressive appetite! It looks like the sleuthing family found their culprit after all!

Take a look at this video!

Sierra’s not allowed to eat human food, though, so she’s not getting off clean. Justice is served! The cupcakes will now go in the cupboard where no paws can get to them. Another case closed for Mr. and Mrs. Schlander. Do give this a like and share around!

Feature Image Source: Mark Schlander

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