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Pub CCTV appeared to show Mika being taken by a thief in a white pick-up truck on Sunday.The devastated family launched a Facebook appeal and celebrated by popping up the champagne when Mika was returned yesterday evening.She said they called for Mika to come back - but quickly realised the puppy was nowhere to be found.Around a dozen pub-goers and staff then tried in vain to find Mika, searching until the evening.From CCTV It is believed Mika was picked up by a white 4x4, possibly a Ford Ranger or Toyota Hilux.The vehicle has two windows either side by the door (indicating a crew cab) and it has three white bars over the rear window.'If you were in the Dog and Duck, Outwood on 20/8/17 at around or when Mika was found on 23/8/17 at around and have a dash cam please let us know.'When Mika was stolen the vehicle entered the car park from the direction of Smallfield and left towards Nutfield.
She was then brought home and showered with 'doggie treats' as the ecstatic family cracked open the champagne.
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Mrs Culverwell, a mother-of-three, said: 'I must admit I almost gave up hope, it was friends and family keeping me going.
I thought she could be gone forever.'Mrs Culverwell said she was telephoned last night by a man who had picked up a puppy on the road outside the Dog and Duck pub and put it in his van.