Can you help bring Scooby home?
POLICE are appealing to the public for help after an 11-month-old puppy was stolen from a family home in broad daylight.
Scooby the Yorkshire terrier cross chihuahua was taken from his home in Fenns Lane, West End, sometime between 9.30am and 5.30pm, Surrey Police said.
Thieves stole a Compaq laptop, Tag watch, cash and Scooby’s igloo shaped bed.
The tiny and friendly puppy was reported missing after burglars smashed down the front door and rifled through drawers.
The force took the appeal online and posted on its Surrey Heath Facebook page, urging anyone with information to come forward.
The pup is described as black and tan in colour.
He is microchipped, neutered and has a distinctive undershot jaw.
Owner Maxine Ferrari previously told the Surrey Advertiser that her 21-yearold son made the heartbreaking discovery.
She said: “My son came home at around 5.30pm and he came in and the dog wasn’t in his pen.
“He came around the corner and the front door was smashed in and they had taken the dog, his bed, an old laptop and rifled through some drawers. My son then rang the police.” The 50-yearold continued: “We are absolutely devastated.
“If anyone sees anything please let us know, we just want him back safely.”
The family have been handing out missing leaflets and is offering a reward for Scooby’s safe return.
Surrey Police is urging anyone with information about the burglary or Scooby’s whereabouts to ring 101, quoting reference number 45170097937. Anyone with information can also report online or contact independent charity, Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.