Heartbreaking wanted poster boy, 7, drew after thieves snatch his sick pet dog shows him crying in the background

Heartbreaking wanted poster boy, 7, drew after thieves snatch his sick pet dog shows him crying in the background

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A HEARTBROKEN schoolboy drew his own ‘wanted’ poster after his beloved dog was snatched.

Camron Donaldson, six, wrote: “We miss him so much” on a pencil drawing of Ralph, his Boston Terrier.

Camron was left in tears when his dog vanished
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He drew this heartbreaking wanted poster
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The pooch – stolen from his dad’s work van in Hyde, Manchester on Wednesday morning – is on medication for a life-threatening illness.

The poster reads: “He is cute and fluffy and is very gorgeous. He knew us as much as we knew him.

“We miss him so much, we just want him home.”

Camron’s mum Stacey said: “He’s absolutely heartbroken.

DOG PINCHED FROM VAN

“He was up all night crying. He slept in our bed because he didn’t want to be on his own – Ralph usually sleeps in his room, Camron has a bunk bed and he sleeps on the top and Ralph in the bottom.”

Stacey and partner Craig Andrews are offering a £1,000 reward for Ralph’s safe return.

They have handed out flyers, and are checking any nearby CCTV.

She added: “We’ve had Ralph since he was a puppy.

“He’s quite an anxious dog, he doesn’t like being on his own so he always goes to work with Craig.


“Craig was unloading the van – it was shut but not locked – it’s a really small road off a cul-de-sac and it’s really quiet, you hardly ever seen anyone down there.

“He was gone a matter of minutes, and when he came back Ralph was gone.”

A spokesman for Greater Manchester Police confirmed it was aware of the incident and that enquiries were ongoing.

Four-year-old Ralph needs life-saving medication
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The dog has been with the family since he was a puppy
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He was pinched from Camron’s dad’s work van
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