Dog disappears when car is stolen

Fate of dog, who was inside of stolen car, remains unknown

The fate of a dog, who vanished after an opportunistic thief stole a car in Palm Beach County, Florida, remains unknown. On Thursday morning, the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office utilized social media to get the word out about the stolen dog.

A Facebook post about the dog-napping victim reads:

“My name is SCOOBY and I was traveling in my parters car last and we stopped at 7 Eleven. As soon as my partner got out of our car a bad guy got in and took off with me. I’ve been taken and I want to get back home.”

According to the authorities, the dog-napping and car theft took place at the 7 Eleven which is located in the 11100 block of South Military Trail, Boynton Beach.

Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-458-TIPS or you can remain ANONYMOUS by downloading our new app “CONNECT & PROTECT”, “See Something Say Something” for your Apple or Android Smart Phone.

The Sheriff’s Office made a subsequent social media post to let everyone know that the SUV has been recovered, but Scooby the dog is still missing. Anyone with information should reach out to the authorities.

(Image via PBSO)

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9 replies
  1. Barkley's Mom says:

    This is heartbreaking, I be the owner would have given them the SUV if he could get his dog back! Praying Scooby is ok.

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  2. linda says:

    To leave your keys in the ignition is just plain stupid!!!! Hope the dog is found. This happened not to long ago in MA and thank goodness the dog was found and unharmed.

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