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Carjacking victim in Greenfield asking for help finding her stolen pooch

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UPDATE: A Good Samaritan found Buddy near 54th and Ohio Streets. Connie and Teddy have been reunited.

Connie Larmon's five pound Bichon-poodle mix is still missing after last week's robbery and carjacking in Milwaukee County's Greenville City. Two men in a dark van followed Larmon as she stopped on Forest Home Ave. and Franklin. The men ran towards her, knocked her to the ground, and stole her purse and car reported Fox6Now.

Inside of the car were Larmon's two small dogs. One of the dogs, "Buddy" escaped from the car as the carjackers opened the door, but the one-and-a-half-year old "Teddy" wasn't so daring.

Authorities from the Greenfield Police Department found Larmon's vehicle abandoned on the side of the road not far from where it was stolen, but Teddy is still missing. At home, his bonded companion, Buddy is extremely nervous and not eating.

The little white dog was wearing a blue jacket and a blue collar; he is micro chipped.

If anyone has seen Teddy, please call the Greenfield Police at (414)-761-5301 or 1-800-78CRIME.

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