Owner Ashley McCall said Jax, her dog, was stolen from her on Thursday, Fox 25 Boston reported.
The police in New Hampshire are looking for the person who is the alleged violence of an Iraq War veteran and stole her guide dog on Thursday, Fox 25 Boston reported.
Ashley McCall told the outlet that a stranger took her dog, Jax, as the pair got in her car near her apartment in Concord. The man, who allegedly approached her and asked about the dog allegedly pushing her to the ground and making out with Jax, leaving his leash and service vest.
McCall said the exhaust a man approached her, asking about Jax, before pushing her to the ground and stealing from him.
McCall said the man drove with her dog in a silver Ford Focus, Fox 25 Boston reported.
“And he reaches for my door and he pulls it open and so I closed it back and when I do he takes me and saves me on the ground and then take Jax and get in this silver coloured Ford Focus and the leaves and starts to drive fast out,” McCall told Fox 25 Boston.
“He is not a pet. He is a member of the family.”
– Ashley McCall
The loss left McCall both “very sad” and “surprised at the lengths people,” she told Fox News in a text on Saturday night.
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The owner of a neighboring florist, who was nearby at the time, told the outlet that he had noticed that the car in the lot the whole day. But when he asked for an explanation, the answer that he was “not meaningful.”
The owner, Fred Keach, said the explanation about waiting for someone, not to add in a time in which mobile phone access makes the check of the person’s place of residence so simple, and so ” from the beginning, it seemed there was a number of ambush that was about to happen at some point.”
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McCall said the outlet that Jax was “a member of the family.”
After the dog was stolen, Keach allegedly called the police.
McCaul told Fox 25 Boston that Jax, who helps her with anxiety and depression, is “a member of the family,” and she wants him back home where he belongs.
“Ultimately we want the dog back,” McCall said. “He is a member of the family. He is not a pet. He is a member of the family.”