A bold dog-napping took place in broad daylight in Sunland, Calif., and the entire theft was captured on the dog owner's surveillance video, reported Monday's WTXF Fox 29 News.
David Batchlor, guardian to a two-year-old mixed breed dog named "Girl," came home last Thursday and discovered that his dog was not there to greet him. When Batchlor watched his security video, he witnessed a stranger who seemed to make himself right at home.
The man peeked into the windows at Batchlor's home, and then, oddly enough, proceeded to wash his red truck. After the intruder's truck was clean, he picked up "Girl," tucked her under his arm, got into his truck and drove away.
The brazen theft took place last Thursday and as of yet, Girl has not been located.
Batchlor describes Girl, stating that she is:
a mutt basically, but so pretty,and she's part pit bull, part it looks like part pug, and part boxer,"
The getaway vehicle is described as a red, 2002 Chevy S10, license plate number 8C87748.
Watch the video link here.
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