An Oregon cat was stolen from her property June 22 in Newberg. The entire catnapping was caught on video surveillance.
Word has it the vehicle is a 2004-2007 Ford Focus but that hasn’t been confirmed. Elizabeth Sides posted the following on her Facebook wall Monday concerning her cat Sevi, a three-year-old Ragdoll who was stolen from her property June 22.
“Someone drove onto our property and took our kitty. Does anyone know who this person is? We just want our baby girl back. I can’t stop crying. :'( Please everyone in the Newberg and nearby share this. I have filed a report with the Sheriffs Office.”
The video below shows a woman driving onto the property. After looking around she goes up to Sevi, pets her and then picks her up. She looks around again before driving off with the stolen cat.
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Someone drove onto our property and took our kitty. Does anyone know who this person is. We just want our baby girl back. I can't stop crying. :'( Please everyone in the Newberg and nearby share this. I have filed a report with the Sheriffs Office.
Posted by Elizabeth Sides on Monday, June 26, 2017
Please share this article, especially with friends in the Newberg area. If you recognize the woman or the vehicle, Jurisdiction of the Case for Sevi is Yamhill County Sheriff, Case # 17-1955 and phone is 503 434 6500. Please do not call Newberg Police. Please only call Yamhill County if you have a first-hand credible lead on cat, car or thief.
Elizabeth is posting updates as they become available on her Facebook page. The page won’t embed a link but can be found under elizabeth.sides.18