Police hunt catnapper who grabbed Siberian Forest puss called Mr Muk
Police hunt Islington catnapper who grabbed Siberian Forest ginger puss called Mr Muk
Police hunt Islington catnapper who grabbed Siberian Forest ginger puss called Mr Muk and fled on train
- The Siberian Forest cat vanished from outside its owner’s home in north London
- Suspect spotted cradling animal in his arms before boarding Overground train
- Metropolitan Police hunting the man described Mr Muk’s owner as ‘very upset’
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A man who is suspected of stealing a cat and escaping by train is being hunted be police.
The Siberian Forest cat called Mr Muk vanished from outside his owner’s home in Islington, north London.
The man alleged to have stolen him was then spotted at the borough’s Canonbury Station.
The suspect (pictured, left) was spotted cradling Mr Muk (also pictured, right, before his disappearance) after the cat vanished from outside his owner’s north London home
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He was seen boarding a London Overground train with the ginger cat in his arms between 8.30pm and 9pm on July 30.
The suspect wore grey trousers, a yellow T-shirt and a dark cap at the time of the sighting.
Mr Muk (pictured) disappeared on July 30 and the Metropolitan Police yesterday described his owner as ‘very upset’
He is described as being in his early 20s and with short black hair. The Metropolitan Police yesterday said Mr Muk’s owner was ‘very upset’.
The force’s PC Jade Woodley said: ‘Theft is theft and taking someone’s pet because you like the look of them or consider them high value is a criminal offence.’
Anyone with information should contact the police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously via 0800 555 111.
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