In downtown Los Angeles, a dramatic incident unfolded as a woman desperately clung to a moving car after her French Bulldog was stolen.
The distressing scene transpired as the vehicle drove down the street, with the woman holding on tightly in an attempt to prevent the thieves from escaping with her beloved dog. The incident occurred while she was having lunch near W. 8th Street and S. Grand Avenue, outside Whole Foods.
Expressing her frustration, the dog’s owner, Ali Zacharias, urged the thieves to seek help instead of resorting to theft. “I just wanna say, if you need help or something, you can just ask for it. You don’t have to go steal my dog; that’s my baby I can’t give that to you,” Zacharias stated.
The stolen dog is a French Bulldog named Onyx, characterized by white fur with black spots and two different eye colors.
Zacharias provided information that the culprits were driving a white Kia Forte. The incident highlights the emotional toll and distress caused by pet theft, as well as the need for empathy and alternative solutions when faced with difficult circumstances.