A small dog, who was inside of a Greenfield, Wis., woman's car at the time that it was carjacked on Wednesday night, is missing reported Thursday's WISN News.
The victim told the authorities that she was carjacked by two men, who had been following her in a dark colored van, shortly before midnight on June 11. When she stopped, the men pulled her from her car, knocked her down, stole her purse and her vehicle.
At the time of that the vehicle was taken, there were two dogs inside - one managed to escape before the car was driven away. According to Fox 6 Now, the vehicle was later abandoned, but the one dog who had been inside was missing.
The missing dog is a five-pound Bichon/poodle mix named "Teddy."
Anyone with a tip or information is asked to call the Greenfield police at 414-761-5301 or anonymously at 1-800-78-CRIME.
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