Tuesday, March 11, 2008

DOG THEFT CAUGHT ON TAPE


Above is video coverage captured by home survellance cameras. The video records a gentleman stealing a Male Pomeranian from a family's backyard in Richmond Hill, NY.

Amanda, the owner, does not recognize the gentleman in the video and is quite taken back by his nonchalant demeanor as he just walked over and untied Foxy.

Her family is devasted, and most of all worried sick that Foxy may be mistreated. Is there anyway you can broadcast this video of this heartless thief, carrying out the most horrific act of stealing ones family member?

Amanda can be reached at 347-385-1185 at anytime.

This just tears your heart out..and poor Foxy..he's so playful and lovable, he just went along with the man..not knowing any better :(


There has been a rash of dog thefts in Queens over the past couple of years, however the police aren't doing anything about it and the media would rather write about such important matters as Britney Spears. Please be alert and keep your pet in your sights at all times. There are sick people out there. The smaller dogs are the most sought after and vulnerable. - QC

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Anyone stealing anyone else dog should not be termed a "Gentleman".

ken said...

pomeranians can be a bit unruly, at times. So hopefully "Foxy" bit the thief.

faster340 said...

FIND THIS PIECE OF SHIT AND KILL HIM. IF I EVER FOUND THIS POS IN MY YARD NEAR MY DOGS GOD WOULDN'T BE ABLE TO HELP HIM BUT THERE WOULD BE A FRESHLY DUG HOLE SOMEWHERE FOR HIM THOUGH!!!!!

I hope they find this little pooch.

Taxpayer said...

This dog is easily worth more than $1000. So, it's felony grand theft if he's stolen.

If he were an expensive watch or piece of jewelry, or a $1000 bicycle, and the theft were caught on video, the police would be searching for the suspect.

Why has Bloomberg ordered the police to brush off the victims of dog theft? Has he no heart for the kids who grow attached to the pet?

Have we ever had such a cold-hearted, unfeeling little prick for a mayor?

Demand that Bloomberg put the police on these cases. They are multiplying daily.

Anonymous said...

Cross posted on my Facebook & MySpace

I hope he tries to steal the WRONG dog one day and gets what he deserves from it!

Anonymous said...

Consider this, maybe this guy took the dog because it barks uncontrolably day and night. For all we know maybe this guy took the dog because it's owner never cleans up after the dog and allows the pooch to use the neighborhood as it's own personal bathroom.

For all we know this guy took the dog because the owner doesn't properly care for it and the guy couldn't stand to watch this dog suffer anymore.

Or maybe the guy is just a rotten thief....who knows.

Anonymous said...

in response to one of your posts, stealing a dog from a loving family is not the answer. The dog resides in FLORIDA through out the year, as he was due to fly out on Sunday. Clearly the woman was followed.. she also had the dog groomed several days prior.. so someone was watching.

If a dog barks consistently, or some asshole does not pick up his dogs poo, this does not constitute STEALING A FAMILY PET.. A LOVED ONE, A COMPANION. WAKE UP.. if that were the case why wasnt Ximary Rodriguez stolen by a neighbor? the poor girl died at the hands of her own father. wake up.. its all about MONEY AND GREED.
I hope Foxy is returned safe and sound. PHYLLIS TAIANO.

Jason in Kew Gardens said...

Where abouts in Richmond Hill? This really stinks.