Lost (possibly stolen) doggie from Kambah area

DeskMonkey 22 May 2012 21

terrier

A friend of mine has had her dog stolen from her backyard.

The 6m high fences are too big for Nanou to jump (small terrier) and the gates were padlocked.

He lives in the Kambah area – could anyone with information please contact MJ on 0402 529 375


What's Your Opinion?


Please login to post your comments, or connect with
21 Responses to Lost (possibly stolen) doggie from Kambah area
Filter
Order
Lainey Lainey 9:44 am 23 May 12

EvanJames said :

…. and THAT’S why the cop-o-chopper was out all night looking for him.

+1

Sandman Sandman 8:10 am 23 May 12

1337Hax0r said :

Sandman said :

Hasn’t anyone seen the movie Cats and Dogs? Nanou is obviously part of a counterintelligence canine team operating in the Canberra area. Someone(thing) spotted that stolen white triton the other night and alerted the cops. He was obviously doing work in the inner north and the surveillance van left without him.

You have it the wrong way around. Nanou is wearing a t-shirt and smoking a cigar in that picture. Clearly it was Nanou who was driving that stolen ute, taking some poor innocent bystander along for a terrifying ride. That’s why they have a 6 metre high fence to keep him in.

That’s not a t-shirt, it’s a sport jacket. Nanou has obviously been watching a-team reruns on 7mate and thinks he’s Colonel Smith. I wouldn’t be surprised if there was a black labrador with gold chains running around Oconnor that day as well.

EvanJames EvanJames 10:34 pm 22 May 12

…. and THAT’S why the cop-o-chopper was out all night looking for him.

1337Hax0r 1337Hax0r 5:45 pm 22 May 12

Sandman said :

Hasn’t anyone seen the movie Cats and Dogs? Nanou is obviously part of a counterintelligence canine team operating in the Canberra area. Someone(thing) spotted that stolen white triton the other night and alerted the cops. He was obviously doing work in the inner north and the surveillance van left without him.

You have it the wrong way around. Nanou is wearing a t-shirt and smoking a cigar in that picture. Clearly it was Nanou who was driving that stolen ute, taking some poor innocent bystander along for a terrifying ride. That’s why they have a 6 metre high fence to keep him in.

poetix poetix 5:13 pm 22 May 12

Is Nanou smoking a cigar in that photo?

Sandman Sandman 4:35 pm 22 May 12

DeskMonkey said :

DeskMonkey said :

Nanou FOUND late last night sitting in the middle of a road in O’Connor.

So… was there actual evidence of theft, or had he found a clever way to compromise a 6 meter (feet?) high fence?

(Metre)
Do you know where O’Connor is in respect to Kambah?

Do you know how high 6 metres is? Surely the fence isn’t that high.

Hasn’t anyone seen the movie Cats and Dogs? Nanou is obviously part of a counterintelligence canine team operating in the Canberra area. Someone(thing) spotted that stolen white triton the other night and alerted the cops. He was obviously doing work in the inner north and the surveillance van left without him.

Solidarity Solidarity 4:13 pm 22 May 12

Kambah to Oconner doesn’t seem that out of reach for a dog?

weeziepops weeziepops 3:29 pm 22 May 12

Is it possible a neighbour took him (and sought to dump him) because he is a bit barky? It seems very odd that he should turn up so far from home. It’s great that he was found, though.

Ali_b Ali_b 3:18 pm 22 May 12

Jivrashia said :

DeskMonkey said :

Do you know where O’Connor is in respect to Kambah?

Yes, but posters have already raised question behind the intention of the perpetrator.
Seriously WHO would steal/kidnap/abduct a Maltese Terrier cross?

I’m thinking of several scenarios here.
– kidnapping under a mistaken identity (lack of collar and tag)… perpetrator realises he’s not theirs so dumps him in O’Connor.
– Nanou is very adventurous and he did hitch a manly ride in the back of a ute to seek out the world, and ended up in O’Connar.
– abduction conspiracy theory (how is MJ’s relationship with the neighbours?)

Without wanting to freak the owners of the dog out, small dogs can be stolen for illegal dog fighting rings, to be used for training. Staffies and staffy crosses are also targeted for the same reasons.

Jivrashia Jivrashia 2:42 pm 22 May 12

DeskMonkey said :

Do you know where O’Connor is in respect to Kambah?

Yes, but posters have already raised question behind the intention of the perpetrator.
Seriously WHO would steal/kidnap/abduct a Maltese Terrier cross?

I’m thinking of several scenarios here.
– kidnapping under a mistaken identity (lack of collar and tag)… perpetrator realises he’s not theirs so dumps him in O’Connor.
– Nanou is very adventurous and he did hitch a manly ride in the back of a ute to seek out the world, and ended up in O’Connar.
– abduction conspiracy theory (how is MJ’s relationship with the neighbours?)

DeskMonkey DeskMonkey 2:03 pm 22 May 12

Jivrashia said :

Myles Peterson said :

Can only speculate as to what’s going on and don’t want to worry your friend, but a pet disappearing from an enclosed yard is not an isolated incident in Canberra’s deep south.

What are you inferring? A lucrative market for trading stolen dogs?

DeskMonkey said :

Nanou FOUND late last night sitting in the middle of a road in O’Connor.

So… was there actual evidence of theft, or had he found a clever way to compromise a 6 meter (feet?) high fence?

(Metre)
Do you know where O’Connor is in respect to Kambah?

(***sorry deleted wrong sections of the quote!)

1337Hax0r 1337Hax0r 1:59 pm 22 May 12

Unless your dog drives, or is part of a super secret hyper intelligent dog species with access to high tech dog transportation, it does see a long way for a dog to wander.
http://maps.google.com.au/maps?saddr=Kambah+ACT+2902&daddr=Oconnor,+Australian+Capital+Territory&hl=en&sll=-35.32707,149.088965&sspn=0.164982,0.390701

DeskMonkey DeskMonkey 1:53 pm 22 May 12

DeskMonkey said :

Nanou FOUND late last night sitting in the middle of a road in O’Connor.

So… was there actual evidence of theft, or had he found a clever way to compromise a 6 meter (feet?) high fence?

(Metre)
Do you know where O’Connor is in respect to Kambah?

GardeningGirl GardeningGirl 11:57 am 22 May 12

Great news.

EvanJames EvanJames 11:43 am 22 May 12

Myles Peterson said :

Glad to hear, sorry if I caused unnecessary worry.

Sounds like an instance of exactly what you were talking about. Weird though, why steal ordinary dogs? There’s heaps of those Maltese available from the RSCPA, pound, dog re-homing services. I’d imagine labradors would be common too. Clearly someone is doing something.

I’m glad Nanou was found safe. No way he got to O’Connor on his own, and lucky dog to find such caring people to rescue him.

Jivrashia Jivrashia 11:39 am 22 May 12

Myles Peterson said :

Can only speculate as to what’s going on and don’t want to worry your friend, but a pet disappearing from an enclosed yard is not an isolated incident in Canberra’s deep south.

What are you inferring? A lucrative market for trading stolen dogs?

DeskMonkey said :

Nanou FOUND late last night sitting in the middle of a road in O’Connor.

So… was there actual evidence of theft, or had he found a clever way to compromise a 6 meter (feet?) high fence?

Myles Peterson Myles Peterson 11:28 am 22 May 12

Glad to hear, sorry if I caused unnecessary worry.

Another odd teleporting dog yarn…?

DeskMonkey DeskMonkey 11:13 am 22 May 12

Yaay happy ending for Nanou:

Nanou FOUND late last night sitting in the middle of a road in O’Connor. Far too far for him to walk from Kambah in one evening. Family looked after him over night because they didn’t want to leave him at the RSPCA cages on his own.

GardeningGirl GardeningGirl 11:07 am 22 May 12

I hope he is found safe and well.
(After the earlier discussion can I ask why he doesn’t have a collar and tag? And also is it possible since jumping does seem unlikely might he have dug a hole or squeezed through a gap?)

Myles Peterson Myles Peterson 11:04 am 22 May 12

Michael Linke of the RSPCA and I crunched the stats last year and worked out Tuggeranong is a hotspot for missing animals. Investigation was triggered by a Labrador turning up in Sydney eight hours after disappearing from Isabella Plains. My partner also noticed an unusually large number of missing animal posters around the local shops.

I’d link the article, but my former employer managed to wipe a decade’s worth of content from the web when it switched to its new digital management system.

Can only speculate as to what’s going on and don’t want to worry your friend, but a pet disappearing from an enclosed yard is not an isolated incident in Canberra’s deep south.

CBR Tweets

Sign up to our newsletter

Top

Search across the site