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Owners ‘devastated’ as puppy stolen by man in Queensbury

A Labrador puppy who escaped from his home has been picked up and stolen by a man shortly before heading to Queensbury station on Sunday (12 July).

The worried owners of ‘Nuk’ a male Labrador puppy, contacted Harrow Online initially thinking that he had gone missing after running out of an open window, however new CCTV footage shows a man walking off with the puppy under his arm.

The theft occurred on Sunday afternoon outside shops in Queensbury, people have been sharing the post online across social media platforms in an attempt to find the thief.


He is thought to be a local man and various reports of his activities are being fed back to the owner and subsequently the police.

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One person said: “I would say there has to be a vehicle involved somewhere looks to me like the owner was known to have the dog to these people. Looks to me stolen to order. Either a vehicle or a bus I’d ask for the police to check there cameras in case for that route”

Another person said: “Guys I feel I can really help with this one! This is literally outside my window! But I can’t even tell his ethnicity from pic. Can anyone get hold of a clearer picture or sharpen it somehow? Would love to catch this monster”

Owners ‘devastated’ as puppy stolen by man in Queensbury Harrow Online
Help reunite owners with ‘Nuk’ as they appeal to public for help

Another Facebook user said: “Pets are your family!!! I can’t believe someone would do this, I have lost my faith in humanity. Please can everyone share this and help get this puppy back home with his owners. This really makes me mad”.

Karen Harding, Dog Lost Co-ordinator said: “Owner has just received information from a lady who saw NUK being picked up by a man, who then walked off towards Queensbury Station. PLEASE IF YOU ARE THAT PERSON – CALL OWNER OR CALL US – Numbers are on DogLost Poster

“NUK is now reported to the Police as stolen, please just hand him in at a vets if you cannot make that call – thank you”.

Nuk now has a dedicated Facebook Group – please join us to help:


Please contact the owner on 07735 801905
Call DogLost Anonymously on 07916 215189 or
Call 101 to speak to the Metropolitan Police
(quoting CRN 2009706-20)



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