Woman appealing for help finding dog ‘stolen’ from South Woodford park
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A South Woodford woman believes her dog was stolen from a South Woodford park last month.
Maria Evangeli, of Old Mill Court, is offering a reward for the safe return of border collie cross Banjo, who disappeared on January 14.
Maria, 54, said they were on a walk in Roding Valley Park, in Chigwell Road, when the dog disappeared.
She added: “We were walking back home through the park and we were almost there.
“I caught sight of her with her yellow coat on and then she completely vanished.
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“I was hanging about calling for her but I’ve had her for nine years and she wouldn’t disappear.
“I really want her back, I can’t bear it.”
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Banjo is black with white patches and was wearing a green and yellow coat with a black and yellow harness.
Anyone with information on her whereabouts is asked to call 07930 990875.
Redbridge Police have been informed.