A DESPERATE search is under way to find a missing dog which vanished after a camper van was stolen.
The thieves stole the van and pet called Robyn from outside the Asda supermarket in Huddersfield on Tuesday night.
The camper van belongs to Marsh mother Melanie Struthers - but two-year-old Robyn is a friend's pet she was looking after.
The vandalised van has now been found in Bradford - but there is no sign of Robyn.
Its wheels and paintwork had been damaged.
Melanie, of Adelphi Road, has two young children: four-year-old son Kier, and daughter Millie, who will be one on August 10.
She parked the van in one of the mother and baby spaces outside the store at 7pm on Tuesday.
But when she finished her shopping an hour later, the van had vanished.
Melanie said: "I just couldn't believe it had gone. I'd wound the window down a bit so Robyn could get some air.
"She's a lovely-natured pet, really cute and soft."
Melanie is desperate to get her friend's dog back.
Her friend has been away after her mum died in another part of the country.
Robyn has a red nylon collar with her name engraved on a loveheart-shaped tag.
Melanie said: "We've had posters printed which show both the camper van and Robyn and we are putting them up in the area close to the Asda supermarket.
"The van is old and distinctive so someone may remember seeing it and know what has happened to Robyn.
"We are just hoping and hoping we will get her back."