Hunt for ‘big-boobed Botox mum’ who nabbed puppies in brazen getaway theft

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A mum with “big boobs and botox” allegedly sped off with two cocker spaniel puppies after claiming she was too disabled to get out her car.

Surrey Police have launched a manhunt for an alleged family-of-three who stole two adorable puppies after arranging a viewing with their owner.

In a desperate big to track down and recover her precious Kai and Jude, Jane Mason from Farnham, Surrey has shared with the Daily Star how she was tricked into handing them over.

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Jane who is “beside herself with worry”, explained how a woman named Amanda responded to her advert for puppies on sale and arranged a visit for 11am on Sunday June 19.



One of those involved carries one of Jane's puppies beside her husband
One of those involved carries one of Jane’s puppies beside her husband

“Amanda” and a lad purporting to be her brother played with three of the dogs before asking if they could show them to their disabled mum who was waiting in the car.

Luckily CCTV footage from Jane’s property has given investigators something to on, even with the young pair trying their best to shield their faces from the camera as they walked past.

Jane told the Daily Star: “The two suspects in the video were in company with an older woman who remained in a car at the end of my driveway.



Police are yet to find the stolen puppies
Police are yet to find the stolen puppies

“They referred to her as their mother. The ‘mother’, who is not on any camera footage had a rather bloated face maybe due to a lot of botox, big lips and boobs.”

On arrival the young pair sold Jane a sob story about how they lost their cocker spaniel a year ago and were excited about getting new one.

When they told Jane that they were unable to make a decision without their mum’s approval, she welcomed them to return anytime only to find out that their mother was in the car.



Two of the people involved tried putting their hands over their faces in front of a security camera
Two of the people involved tried putting their hands over their faces in front of a security camera

It was this carefully thought out plan that conned the dog owner and left her helpless but to watch them speed off down the road with her puppies Kai and Jude.

Jane continued: “I said to invite her in, but they said she was disabled so I stupidly agreed to go with them to the car to show her.

“They passed one puppy through the window to her, and the girl went around the other side of the car to get in the front with the other.



Jane fears for the welfare of her pups
Jane fears for the welfare of her pups

“The mother asked to see the third and as I turned to call to my partner to bring him, she put the car into gear and drove off.”

She added: “I was beside myself with worry of what was happening to the pups and how frightened they would be.

“I have spent a lot of time bringing the puppies up and grown very close to them hoping they all go to good homes, most of them have already.

“This despicable act has caused my family and I a lot of upset and I worry for the welfare of my gorgeous puppies.”



Jane can be seen walking behind one of the people involved
Jane can be seen walking behind one of the people involved

In addition to contacting the police who have put out an appeal on Twitter, Jane has done her upmost to make sure Kai and Jude are too hot to handle with social media push quickly going viral.

After just 24 hours, a video compilation of the theft that Jane shared across Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and TikTok had tens of thousands of shares including from TV stars Luisa Zissman and Vicky Patterson.

Surrey Police has released a statement saying they believe the theft of Jane’s puppies is linked to another of a chihuahua puppy from an address in Sunbury-on-Thames, the day before.

A spokesperson said: “Officers have been investigating extensively and yesterday successfully recovered the stolen chihuahua puppy.



There were three remaining puppies Jane was still advertising for sale
There were three remaining puppies Jane was still advertising for sale

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“A 39-year-old woman and a 17-year-old boy from Reading have been arrested in connection to the thefts.

“Sadly, the two cocker spaniel puppies have not yet been located so we are now sharing their photos. If you have seen them, know where they are, or have any information, please contact us quoting PR/45220065005.”

Jane has also asked we share her Facebook with anyone who has information.

If you have experienced something similar, email Monica Charsley on [email protected]

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