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Dog stolen from car parked at post office

September 23, 2013

LISBON — A Guilford Lake woman experienced every pet owner's nightmare last week when her dog was stolen from her car....

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WatchDog

Sep-25-13 2:57 PM

You know ladybug you did make an interesting point about the other dog. I wonder why the would be thief didn't take both?

When you think about it. That had to be a smart thief, to be able to snatch a dog in broad daylight and NOBODY seen anything. Makes you wonder.

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ladybug

Sep-25-13 8:27 AM

Who else are you going to blame ?

The thief don't care

The old days of leaving things unlocked or un attended are gone.

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ladybug

Sep-25-13 8:26 AM

Funnie no one mentions the sibling curled up in the back seat >

Maybe she should consider herself lucky >

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Mtlhed

Sep-24-13 5:55 PM

Nowadays, not only do you have to keep the door locked, but sometimes you have to keep the car running as well, so that the animal doesn't bake in the sun. So you need an extra key to do all this and a scum bag will just break the glass if he wants your contents bad enough. I concur that you can't blame the owner. All theives should have their hands cut off like in some other countries.

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ladybug

Sep-24-13 1:42 PM

Did you forget your

Oh never mind

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rpmwwe

Sep-24-13 12:10 PM

What if the dog was "rescued" rather than "stolen"? Would that change anyone's opinion of the person who is responsible for taking the dog?

There's a lot of animal fanatics out there and, when it comes to their adoration of animals, the boundaries between legal and illegal can often become blurred.

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OSU600

Sep-23-13 9:20 PM

Must have been a slow news day. Can't believe I saw this story on tv as well. Have to agree with some of the others. This doesn't happen if the door is locked. Hope she gets it back though.

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WatchDog

Sep-23-13 6:18 PM

LAF! I'm sorry but this is rather funny. Who in their right mind leaves their dogs in a car...UNLOCKED? I know this woman is upset and crushed over this but for GOD SAKE people when are you going to start living in the mind set that CRIME IS UNPREDICTABLE and start taking precautions to protect yourself and your property? I mean...really?

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ladybug

Sep-23-13 12:39 PM

Just one thing wrong with that theory,

The dog is still gone !

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Bama

Sep-23-13 12:13 PM

** FIRST: This SHOULD NOT have happened, whether the dog was at home or in the private property of someone's vehicle. (Stop blaming the owner!) ** SECOND: This SHOULD NOT have happened, whether the car was locked or not. The front door of my home was left unlocked, does that give you the right to walk in, take something, and walk out? My car unlocked does NOT give you the right to open the door and take something out. (Stop blaming the owner!!) ** THIRD: To the owner! I wish you the best in a safe return of your pet. I hope the thief/thieves are caught and severely punished QUICKLY!

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EATTHERICH

Sep-23-13 10:19 AM

I invite these thieves to try and get into my car.my dog would have lunch.the car should have been locked.

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ladybug

Sep-23-13 9:59 AM

Clue !

Car wasn't locked.

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STofit

Sep-23-13 7:52 AM

our pets are family members, they go where we go. The problem is not with taking them along, the problem is lack of punishment for thieves. If caught this will be treated as stolen property when to pet owners it is kidnapping. This poor lady will suffer the rest of her life so some junkie can get high for 10 minutes. How long are honest people going to walk around in a cage to protect ourselves from low lives that should be locked up.

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OhBrother

Sep-23-13 5:42 AM

I'm so sorry for the loss of your pet and I sincerely hope for his safe return. However, if he had been left at home, this couldn't have happened.

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