Dog stolen from the supermarket
Aldo, a siberian husky was stolen from Livingston supermarket. The dog’s owner discovered the theft after coming out of the supermarket, according to BBC News. A dog is estimated to be worth £1,000.
The dog was tied up outside a Morrisons store in Carmondean, Livingston, when it was taken at about 4.30pm on Sunday, 29th May. A man and a woman was about 26 years old.
The male was described as white, about 26-years-old, between about 5ft 11ins tall, with a skinny build and short cropped black hair that was brushed over to the right. He was wearing a blue coat with a green emblem on the shoulder, a grey T-shirt, blue jeans and white trainers. The female suspect was described as white, about 26-years-old, between 5ft and 5ft 2ins tall, with a heavy build, possibly pregnant and dark ginger hair. She was wearing black trousers, a cream top and a black cardigan.
Anyone who can help is asked to contact police immediately.