A three-legged dog that was stolen outside a St Albans Tesco’s has been found and returned safely to its owner.
Harmony the Staffordshire Bull Terrier was last seen on September 10, where she was snatched from outside the Tesco’s on St Peters Street.
Katie Corley, the sister of Harmony’s owner, posted desperate appeals and pleas via Facebook to help find the missing dog, and after three long days, the family were delighted with the news that she had been found nearly 100 miles from her home.
Police were given sightings that Harmony was seen at Watford Junction until a breakthrough came in when the police were given positive leads linking to the West Midlands and Birmingham.
On Friday, September 13, Katie confirmed on her Facebook that Harmony had been found and was being reunited with her owner.
Speaking to StAlbansNews, Katie said: “I have been going out of my mind worrying for the dog and her whereabouts, but more importantly my brother’s wellbeing.
“Harmony is my brothers’ best friend and they are inseparable, because of his mental health, harmony was a reason to get him up the morning.
“Now they are reunited, they can go back to their day to day lives and we are just so happy as a family that the police and the DogLost charity helped to find her.
“I can’t thank everyone enough for the support, my brother’s happiness means the world to me and I promised him I would get harmony back and we did.”