A Calgary family is worried about their dog that was stolen Wednesday morning along with their pickup truck.
The family says Rosco, a four-year-old German shepherd, was in their 2013 Toyota Tundra in the southwest neighbourhood of Lakeview around 10:50 a.m.
Someone stole the truck from in front of their home when they went inside for a moment, leaving Rosco in the vehicle.
A doorbell camera captured the theft, and a purple Toyota car that the owners think the culprits used.
Rosco is beige in colour and about 95 pounds (43 kg) with a black muzzle and a red collar.
The owners called the police but there’s no sign of Rosco or the truck yet.
Rosco, a four-year-old German shepherd, was in the family’s 2013 Toyota Tundra in the southwest neighbourhood of Lakeview around 10:50 a.m.
“I unfortunately went out. I was going out for the day and I went to come in the house to get my wallet. And I heard my truck pulling away and the dog was in the vehicle. And when I ran out to chase the vehicle, I couldn’t — I couldn’t get it in time,” Craig Johns said.
“We’ve done a bunch of social media posts to try and find him. … The vehicle doesn’t matter. We just want the dog back.”
“Whenever I’m in my sad moments, I always go to him and hug him,” son Gavin said.
The stolen truck is grey with Alberta plate VAK510.
The family has offered a $5,000 reward for Rosco’s safe return.
Call the police at 403-266-1234 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 if you have any information regarding this case.
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