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Susan Samuel (left), who helped Linda Johnson (right) with the appeal campaign to get Linda’s dog Buster back after her dog was abducted

A dog owner has made a plea for the safe return of her pet after she appears to have abducted it while on a walk

Linda Johnson, 69, went out on the evening of Jan. To Buster in Woodford Green on December 22nd when she said she was approached by a man and a woman

Ms. Johnson said the woman made a big fuss about Buster before the man picked him up and ran away with the rescue dog

“Whoever has my dog ​​has made me really sick because of the stress,” Ms. Johnson told the PA news agency

“He is my life, I love him very much I just want him back, and whoever has him, please bring him back to me safely” ”

Ms. Johnson adopted Buster from Romania about two years ago and said he had some behavior problems

An appeal poster described Buster as “a corgi-sized rescue dog” and asked people in the area to check their CCTV footage

The Metropolitan Police said, “Just before 9 p.m. on Sunday the 13th December, a dog was reported stolen from Horn Lane in Woodford Green, Essex

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Weltnachrichten – GB – The retiree’s desperate plea for the return of the rescue dog that was taken from her on the street

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