A couple in Yelm, Washington, is desperate to find their dog Ivey, who was inside of their Jeep when it was stolen from the parking lot of a hospital in Tacoma on Monday night. According to multiple sources, the Jeep was parked at the Allenmore Hospital when an opportunistic thief broke in and drove it away.
In an interview with Q13, Ivey’s owner, Samantha Worley, stated:
“Keep the car. If they still have her in the car, all I want is for them to take her somewhere. I don’t care what they do with the car at this point. The only reason I’m posting the car on social media is in case she’s still in the car.”
The 1991 Jeep has since been recovered…but the 70-lb beagle/Labrador retriever mix was nowhere to be found. An update was posted to social media on Wednesday morning:
We recovered the Jeep from impound yesterday, but unfortunately Ivey was not inside. She was last spotted laying next to the Jeep the night it was stolen (9/17) after the thieves parked it, ransacked it, and then left her outside. But the Jeep was towed at midnight and no one has spotted her since. We will be out again today, hopefully getting flyers and posters up. We will find you, sweet girl.
Call with information
Ivey is described as a five-year-old female mixed breed dog who is microchipped. She may be wearing her pink, white and blue collar with rabies vaccination tag. Ivey is described as shy, but sweet. Anyone with information about her whereabouts is asked to call the Tacoma Police Department.
For more information, or to contact Ivey’s owner, click here.