Prankster threatens to behead stolen dog if owner doesn’t pay £1000 ransom

A dog owner was the victim of a cruel prank when someone threatened to kill her missing dog if she did not pay a ransom. Cathryn Hussain was told her six-month-old labradoodle Waffle would be beheaded unless she paid £1,000. Her dog was stolen by a man at knifepoint in St Austell, Cornwall, at around 7am on December 23. The suspect, who approached her on Belmont Road, was described as being around 5ft 8in and was wearing a black, hooded top and scarf, and spoke with a foreign accent. Officers have been checking local CCTV and making enquiries into the theft of Waffle.


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