An proprietor has been left heartbroken after her canine was ‘stolen’ whereas she was having a coronary heart assault on a busy avenue close to St Pancras Station. Kat Conway collapsed whereas she walked to the station to catch a practice house to Scotland together with her canine, Jessie.
The pair turned separated when paramedics wouldn’t permit Jessie within the ambulance forcing Kat to go away her dog with a person she believed to be a Good Samaritan. Nonetheless, three days later Jessie has nonetheless not been returned and police have launched an investigation right into a canine theft.
The guts assault came about at 2pm on Monday afternoon (June 6) outdoors the St Pancras Renaissance Resort. The 50-year-old instructed MyLondon : “I was walking to the train station on my way home to Paisley (near Glasgow) and my head went all funny. I started to collapse and shuffled myself to the side of the road and the next thing I know I’m in the back of an ambulance.”
She mentioned she remembers Jessie being left with a person with blond curly hair described as being about 5ft7ins tall. “He was quite a friendly young man. He sat and helped me phone an ambulance but they wouldn’t let Jessie in. So he then walked off with my dog. I don’t know if he was a good Samaritan or a dog thief at this point,” she mentioned.
Jessie, a six-year-old Shih Poo, is apricot colored and is recognisable by her bowed entrance legs. “I’m absolutely terrified. She’s too little. She’s the kindest little ball of fluff. I don’t think she would have run off, she’s scared of everything especially cars. She would just find someone and cling on to them for life,” Kat mentioned.
“I checked myself out of hospital and I’m now back home because I can’t just keep desperately walking the streets of London. If anyone has Jessie please please just take her to a police station or the dog warden. I just want her home I know she’s absolutely terrified.”
Kat has had Jessie since she rescued her as a pet however now fears for her security. A Fb group has been set as much as attempt to discover Jessie and already has over 1,000 members. The final reported sighting was on Bond Avenue, London.
A Met Police spokesperson mentioned: “Police are investigating an allegation of theft after a dog was reportedly stolen in Euston Road, NW1, on the afternoon of Monday, June 6. Officers have taken a statement from the informant and enquiries are ongoing.”
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