LONG BEACH, Calif. – A Long Beach had her service dog taken right out of her front lawn over the weekend, and the dog-napping was captured on video.
Lisa Hartouni utilizes a walking cane, and her six-year-old German shepherd service dog Jack assists her navigate. Jack was taken from Hartouni’s lawn Saturday.
It occurred around 3 p.m. Hartouni stated she and Jack had actually simply returned from a brief walk. She entered into your house to get some deals with, however by the time she returned, Jack was gone. A next-door neighbor’s Ring video camera recorded the dog-napping. The security video revealed 2 males, both worn black, approaching Hartouni’s fenced-in lawn. Jack briefly escaped the males when, however they returned for him.
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Among the males grabs Jack by the collar, and pulls him to a white four-door sedan while the other guy opens the guest’s side door to assist the dog into the cars and truck.
Hartouni stated she believes she had actually been seen, due to the fact that 2 weeks previously she was approached by a male while the 2 were on a walk. He firmly insisted Jack was his buddy’s dog, to the point that he even snapped.
Hartouni and pals have actually begun a GoFundMe project to raise benefit cash to bring Jack house.