A San Francisco woman is desperately searching for her pet dog Jackson. The dog was stolen from a grocery shop while the owner lady was shopping leaving the dog outside the shop. She has offered a $7,000 reward and has hired a plane to fly over the city to search for her blue-eyed miniature Australian Shepherd stolen from outside a grocery store last weekend in the Bernal Heights neighborhood.
The plane, which cost an additional $1,200 will flying a banner with the website she set up to find her dog. Emilie Talermo said that she has been doing everything she can to find her 5-year-old dog. “I am just one person and I really need help getting the word out there,” Talermo said.
Surveillance video from the grocery store shows a man in a hoodie approaching the bench where Jackson was tied up. Talermo and her friends have distributed thousands of flyers with the photo of the 28-pound (13-kilogram) dog with a white, black, and gray fur and bright blue eyes. She has set up a website, www.bringjacksonhome.com and even opened an account for the sweet-faced dog on Tinder.