MURFREESBORO, TN (WSMV) – A housebreaking has many upset over how somebody might steal a canine from a neighborhood enterprise over the weekend.

On Saturday afternoon, a girl caught on digicam at Petland hides a Yorkshire Terrier in her jacket and sprints to her black automobile.

Detectives are searching for assist to establish and arrest the girl.

“Once we went again and checked out surveillance, we might inform that she had deliberate it with simply the best way she was appearing,” Common Supervisor of Petland Alisha Berkhimer stated. “She knew what she needed to do. We do every thing attainable to present puppies their ceaselessly properties. We don’t perceive why she simply couldn’t allow us to work along with her as a substitute and attempt to get her the pet the best manner as a substitute of stealing it.”

The suspect was dealing with the canine in a socialization room close to the entrance entrance of the shop. With parking shut by, there was no probability at stopping the theft.

“Our pet counselor walked away for only a temporary second and in that minute, she simply rushed out the door.  “By the point we received out the door, she had already been gone,” Berkhimer stated. “Sporting a masks in primary, however she determined to sit down on this room and take her masks off proper in entrance of our cameras, in order that was nice for us as a result of we received an ideal view of her.”

Berkhimer stated the Yorkshire Terrier has a microchip and is valued at just below $6,000.

“We have now spoken with police, and so they have a lead,” Berkheimer stated. “We simply actually need her again. We aren’t seeking to press any fees if she will be able to return the canine.”

Anybody who acknowledges the girl is requested to name Detective Ed Gorham at 629-201-5507 or electronic mail [email protected].

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