Dog owner Lana Hyman helpless as Staffordshire bull terrier is stolen in Lavender Hill car theft

Wandsworth Guardian: Staffordshire bull terrier Dollar was stolen in a car theft Staffordshire bull terrier Dollar was stolen in a car theft

A distraught dog owner is appealing for help after her beloved pet was stolen in a car theft.

Lana Hyman, who lives in Inner Park Road, Southfields, said her car was stolen was she quickly popped out in Lavender Hill, near Clapham Junction station, to use a cash machine.

Her beloved two-and-a-half-year-old Staffordshire bull terrier, named Dollar, was sitting in the back seat as she saw her car being stolen on January 9.

Ms Hyman, 45, said: “I love my dog and all I want is to see him back again. He was my best friend and I’ve had him since he was a baby.

“If anyone has seen him, please get in touch - he is very recognisable with two different colour eyes.”

Dollar has one brown eye and one blue, has a white head and paws with a brown body and his tail is beige with a white tip.

If anyone has seen this dog they should contact the newsdesk on 020 8722 6333 and details will be passed on to Ms Hyman.

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6:50pm Thu 14 Feb 13

Hove Ex-Pat says...

Surely it would help a bit to know the details of the missing car. I presume she left the keys in it. Of course I hope the dog is found safely, it is very recogniseable.
Surely it would help a bit to know the details of the missing car. I presume she left the keys in it. Of course I hope the dog is found safely, it is very recogniseable. Hove Ex-Pat
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1:59am Sat 16 Feb 13

gkp says...

if readers knew the type of character this owner is they would be glad that poor animal is with someone new.if or one am glad the dog is in other hands.a most usuitable person IN ALL WAYS!!!
if readers knew the type of character this owner is they would be glad that poor animal is with someone new.if or one am glad the dog is in other hands.a most usuitable person IN ALL WAYS!!! gkp
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