Search Continues For Expensive Puppy Stolen From Pet Store In Camden County
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The search continues for a $700 puppy stolen from a Delran, Camden County pet shop. The puppy is on a special diet and there are concern’s about her health.
The three-month-old female Jug, which is a Jack Russell/Pug mix, was in her pen Friday night at Pets Plus in Delran when she was allegedly stolen by two young women.
According to the shop’s manager Wayne Harrison, “They were in a white van with a work rack on the top with red running boards. It was probably a Chevy.”
The fear Harrison says is that the puppy could go into hypoglycemic shock or sugar shock if not properly cared for, “And if the puppy does not receive any kind of proper care the problem can progress to more serious complications and sometimes seizures or death.”
Reported By John McDevitt, KYW Newsradio