A dog was taken from a parked vehicle in Fort Worth on Saturday.
Wiredprnews.com – A woman’s pet Chihuahua was stolen from a vehicle on Saturday in Fort Worth. As reported by CBS 11 News, Brenda Willet’s dog was stolen as she and her brother Ted Sinclair, stopped at a Pappadeaux restaurant to eat Saturday afternoon. Willet brought her pet with her from Idaho for support while she visits her son, who’s been hospitalized.
In addition to the longhaired tan and white Chihuahua, the thieves also stole a GPS system from the truck Willet and her brother were in. Willet is quoted in the report as stating of the occurrence, “I just don’t understand what the world is turning to, to steal a dog. Anything else, you can replace it.” She is further quoted as pleading with those who took the animal, “No questions asked… Just give us the dog back.”
Five hundred dollars has been offered for the safe return of the dog, named Rosa. Individuals with information about its whereabouts are encouraged to call 817-560-5905, or email [email protected] The pet may also be taken to any animal shelter in the area to be picked up by the family.