A heartbroken family watched in horror as their puppy was snatched by thieves as they took her for a walk.
Mum-of-three Caroline Culverwell was walking 14-week-old Mika before a pub lunch when the puppy bolted out of sight as they reached the car park.
Pub CCTV then appears to show a white pickup truck go into the car park - before two doors open and a man is seen grabbing the brown cocker spaniel.
Caroline, 46, said Mika was like a fourth child and her 11-year-old daughter Etalie is devastated.
A desperate social media appeal has since been shared tens of thousands of times as well-wishers across the country try to track down Mika, who went missing in rural Outwood, Surrey.
Caroline, who was meeting her husband Marcus, said:
The family fear Mika, who has not been spayed, was taken by dog breeders because she is a pure-bred cocker spaniel.
Police have since confirmed they are investigating the theft after 'witnesses suggested the puppy was picked up by two men and driven away in a white van."