Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

Liz Hurley's Pet Goes Missing in Dognapping Fear; STAR AND BOYFRIEND SCOUR STREETS IN HUNT FOR BLACK LABRADOR

Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

Liz Hurley's Pet Goes Missing in Dognapping Fear; STAR AND BOYFRIEND SCOUR STREETS IN HUNT FOR BLACK LABRADOR

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Byline: DAVID SANDERSON

LIZ HURLEY was distraught today over the disappearance of her eight-month-old black labrador.

It comes after the Standard revealed an increasing number of dogs are being stolen in London, some at gunpoint.

The 40-year-old actress called police after puppy Emily vanished close to her home in South Kensington.

Hurley's lover Arun Nayer, 41, stopped people in the street as the couple searched for the pet.

Passer-by Helen Elliot, 28, said: "Arun came running over.

He was sweating badly.

"He asked if I had seen his black labrador and begged me to let him know if I saw it.

"He was stopping lots of passers-by. Liz was sitting in a Mercedes looking fed-up."

A spokesman for Hurley said: "She and Arun are distraught.

There are dozens of people looking for Emily and everyone is very worried.

The police have been called."

An estimated 50,000 dogs are stolen in Britain each year and the RSPCA is urging dog owners to avoid routines such as walking pets along the same routes at the same time every day. …

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