A 60-year-old woman was walking her rescue dog Archie in Tower Hamlets, East London, when she was violently shoved to the floor by two men. The men unclipped Archie’s lead, threw him into a van and sped off. The traumatised dog owner was left in pain and distraught on the floor. She spent all night walking the streets in search of Archie, who is still missing.
A friend said that the woman was so disturbed by the attack that she was still “shaking violently” 24-hours later.
The attack happened at 5pm on Sunday, May 2. Archie’s owner described the men as white, about 30-years old and both had “stocky” builds.
The friend told the Mirror: “She was walking across a garden space when two men approached her from behind, pushed her violently and she fell to the floor.
"They came round the front, unclipped the dog’s lead, picked the dog up, chucked it in a van and drove off and left her on the floor.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
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Thieves violently attack 60-year-old woman and flee with her dog. (Image: Facebook)
"They didn't say anything. They came quietly, quickly from behind and pushed her forcefully. She hurt