Görlitz – Thief, you stole a dog. Bring it back! Drama about the little moon.
Last Tuesday at around 2:35 pm: Monika Jahn (63) parks her red Mitsubishi ASX (license plate: GR – MJ 159) in front of the flower market in Krauschwitz (3,800 inhabitants, Saxony).
Because she wants to go shopping for a little while, she leaves Luna, the Bolonka Tsvetnaya dog, in the back seat. “I stroked her, told her, ‘I’ll be right back, my little one,’” says the 63-year-old. When the pensioner returns to the parking lot, her car is gone, and her beloved dog is gone. She informs the police and reports the theft.
“Moon as a fourth child”
Now Monica Yang is desperately waiting for signs of life from the moon. On the lawn behind it is a deckchair for an orphaned dog. “For me, Luna is like a fourth child,” says the pensioner. “I am a widow and have three children.”
Monica Yang is very worried: “The thief must not have noticed Luna in her basket in the back seat.” The SUV (cost: €28,000) is replaceable, but her dog is not.
Yang and her son searched the area for the moon. “If a thief left her in the forest, will she meet a fox? The moon is Happs…” my mistress is afraid.
The pensioner begs: “At least give me back my dog.”