A woman has told of a frightening ordeal as she was allegedly held at knifepoint in her home by a couple who wanted to steal her puppy.
And to make the matter even worse, the man and woman did so in front of McKenzie Collins' three-year-old son.
The pair stole American Bulldog Nylah, who is just seven months old at 9am from their Glasgow home, according to the Daily Record.
Ms Collins detailed the order on her Facebook page and appealed for the dog to be returned.
She wrote: "This morning around 9am Springburn area, a guy and a woman forced their way into my house, held me at knifepoint and stole my 7-month-old xl pup. All while my 3 year old witnessed everything.
"My 3-year-old was breaking his heart shouting at them to leave his puppy alone, while the female was putting a pink collar and leash on her.
"Nylah’s a 7-month-old xl bully, she’s blue with a white marking on her chest, got 2 white toenails on her back right leg.
"Just want my boy's puppy back where she belongs."
The post has been shared more than 2,000 times, with many users commenting on how shocking the incident was.
One user, Marley Burns, did not hold back.
She wrote: "Dirty rotten b******s."
And another, Natasha Maccunn called the thieves "a*******s".
A Police Scotland spokesman confirmed to the Daily Record that an investigation was ongoing.
He said: "We received a report of the break-in and theft of a seven-month-old grey American bulldog from a property on Campsie Street in Glasgow around 9.40am on Wednesday, October 13, 2021.
"Enquiries into the incident are ongoing and anyone with information is urged to call police on 101, quoting incident 0775 of 13 October."
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