Friday, October 30, 2009

Dog 'Snoopy' Abducted From 80-Year-Old in Downtown Brooklyn

These flyers posted all over Downtown Brooklyn tell a tale of woe: a sweet and loving little teacup-sized Yorkshire Terrier named 'Snoopy," with a slight rear leg limp, was reportedly abducted from his heartbroken 80-year-old owner on Tuesday at 4 p.m. The owner is "sick over losing his only real friend left in his life."

A $1000 reward is offered.

A second set of flyers gives more details: Snoopy was abducted from the sidewalk of Boerum Place between Livingston and Joralemon Streets. A half a dozen young males were "hanging around" who must have seen the deed, the flyer says.

Anyone who can find out where the dog is will get the reward -- no questions asked. Call the Hope Vet Hospital, 390 Atlantic Ave. (south side between Hoyt and Bond) at 718-352-4219 if you have any information.

Photos by MK Metz

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