Frantic seek for a kelpie named Addie who was stolen by merciless dognappers from her distraught proprietor’s automobile
- The three-year-old canine was snatched from a car in Melbourne’s west
- The pooch was left unattended within the procuring centre carpark for quarter-hour
- Police mentioned a person stole the canine by way of an opened window earlier than driving away
A canine that was openly snatched from a procuring centre carpark has been reunited with its proprietor after being handed into an animal shelter.
Addie, the three-year-old Kelpie, was left unattended in her proprietor’s automobile on Saturday morning at a carpark in Melbourne‘s west.
Her proprietor left the home windows down whereas she ducked into the Tarneit Central procuring centre on Derrimut Street.
The three-year-old Kelpie was handed into an animal shelter after a person snatched her from the parked automobile after which drove off in a white sedan on Saturday morning
However she returned to the automobile after quarter-hour to seek out the valuable household canine lacking.
It is believed a person broke into the automobile by way of the driving force’s facet door between 8.15am and eight.30am and snatched the helpless pooch earlier than driving away in a white sedan.
After a frantic search and to the aid of her proprietor, Addie was handed right into a North Melbourne animal shelter on Monday morning.
Wyndham North police mentioned they had been making ‘inquiries in relation to the person concerned’ however appealed to the general public for data.
Anybody with data is urged to contact police or submit a confidential report.
Addie was left within the car, with the home windows down, for quarter-hour whereas her proprietor ducked into the Tarneit Central procuring centre (pictured). Police are interesting to the general public for data on the person who allegedly stole the pooch