A Brooklyn neighborhood is rallying after a Pomeranian was snatched from outside of a market early Sunday, according to reports.
The little dog, named Suki, was stolen while he waited outside Khim's Millennium Market at Driggs Avenue and N. 11th Street in Williamsburg around 4 a.m., Gothamist reported.
The owner of the 7-year-old pooch is vacationing in Greece and a friend was dogsitting for her. The friend went to buy chocolate and left the dog tied up outside the market, only to return and find it gone, the report said.
Surveillance footage shows a blonde woman grabbing the dog and taking off in a Honda. The woman was a customer at the market but paid in cash, so she didn't leave any identifying information behind. The owner told Gothamist that she's hopeful that surveillance footage will reveal the Honda's license plate number.
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Friends and neighbors have taken to Facebook and Instagram to help in the search and have posted fliers around the neighborhood.
Anyone with information about Suki is asked to call 646-708-0711.