A dog owner is in despair after her pet is stolen by a fake Good Samaritan while she’s having a heart attack.
Kat Conway, 50, was walking with her shih poo named Jessie near St Pancras station in north London when she collapsed on the pavement last Monday.
She remembers a blond man rushing to help her, but says he then ran off with the apricot-colored puppy.
Kat was rushed to the hospital and has since been discharged, but Jessie is still nowhere to be seen.
Now back home in Glasgow, she said: “I’m really worried about her.
“She is always with me and my shadow.
“This breaks my heart and all I want is for her to be back home so I can cuddle her.”
Kat has had Jessie as a rescue dog since she was a puppy.
Jessie’s front legs are bent. She is neutered and chipped and the data is correctly registered on Kat.
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She wore a matching collar, harness and leash with a pink and white tartan pattern.
An online appeal called Find Wee Jessie was launched on Facebook.
It read: “We believe the blond man has her dog. But so far he doesn’t seem to have contacted the police or the dog handler to report that he has the dog.
“We’re looking for hotel staff or bystanders who witnessed what happened.”
A Met Police spokesman said: “Police are investigating an allegation of theft after a dog was reportedly stolen on the afternoon of June 6 in Euston Road, NW1.
“Officials have received a statement from the informant and the investigation is ongoing.”
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