Family Seeks Help Finding Dog with Stolen Car
Someone stole their car, all their vacation belongings and most important to them, their 7 yr old yellow lab, Ute, who was in the back seat of the car.
Wheat Ridge, Colorado – At 2 p.m. June 30, James Seeton and his family were at the Shell gas station at the intersection of I-70 and Kipling Street when their car was stolen. Not only was it filled with all the items they planned on taking on vacation with them, but their 7-year-old yellow lab, Ute, was in the backseat.
“I filled up my car with gas and wondered what was taking the boys so long. After I stepped inside to see there was a new cashier holding up the line, I turned around and the car was gone,” says Seeton. “I don’t care about the car or the belongings in it … I just want my dog back. My boys are beside themselves.”
Seeton owns a tope, silverish-brown 2000 Lexus LX470. The license plate reads 674-EMJ and was last seen on 32nd and Sheridan. However, due to a new law in Wheat Ridge, cops cannot chase criminals — so this family is seeking all the help they can get.
If you have any information, call K. Amling with the Wheat Ridge Police Department at 303-237-2220 or James Seeton at 970-674-5146. (YourHub.com)
If you’re in that area, please keep an eye out for the vehicle and dog. If you have a website of blog, please be so kind as to repost and get the word out!
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