A DOG which went missing when a van was stolen has still not been found.
Robyn, a medium- sized, light-haired mongrel, was in a camper van taken from outside Asda supermarket in Huddersfield, on Tuesday evening.
The van had been parked in one of the mother and baby spaces at 7pm. An hour later, it had vanished.
The van - which was later found vandalised and dumped in White Abbey Road, Bradford - belongs to Marsh mother Melanie Struthers, but two-year-old Robyn is a friend's pet she was looking after.
She said: "We have contacted dog pounds and wardens in Huddersfield, Calderdale and Bradford, but have so far drawn a blank. It's really worrying."
The thieves had smashed the van's windscreen, damaged the tyres so badly they needed replacing and broken the wipers.
Oddly, they also stole a baby's changing bag and a large number of tea bags.
Melanie has a daughter Millie, who will be one on Tuesday, and a four- year-old son, Kier.
Robyn was wearing a red nylon collar with her name engraved on a loveheart-shaped tag.