HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) —
Whereas many households celebrated over the Father’s Day weekend, one couple spent the vacation watching surveillance video of a person who snatched their beloved canine straight out of their yard in North Houston close to Irvington and Hardy.
Stefany and Pedro Reyes are looking for their 9-month-previous white English Bull Terrier named Spike.
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Surveillance video exhibits a person in a truck luring the pup close to a gap within the fence, grabbing him after which taking off.
“It was devastating. It is arduous to observe somebody take part of your life like that,” stated Pedro.
The couple adopted the canine from his earlier proprietor after he sustained an damage.
“It was like having a three-yr-previous child. He was our child. He was very playful,” stated Pedro.
Pedro introduced Spike over to his in-legal guidelines home to play with a few of their canine within the yard. In line with Pedro, it wasn’t even 10 minutes earlier than Spike disappeared.
The Reyes household says their residence just isn’t the identical with out him.
“The house could be very quiet now,” stated Pedro.
The couple has filed a police report and posted advertisements to Craigslist and Fb, providing a $1,000 reward to anybody who brings Spike again house.
“We’re simply making an attempt to deliver our child again. We do not care who brings him again residence, even when it is the thief. We simply him again,” stated Pedro.
The couple says they plan on posting flyers across the neighborhood and hope the search does not proceed for much longer.
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