A desperate search is underway to find a puppy stolen from a house in Victoria.
Luna, a 16-week-old staffy, was stolen from her owner’s home on the Mornington Peninsula, south of Melbourne, on Saturday.
Her owner, Clint Hammill, posted on Facebook the pup "is only little and she will be incredibly afraid".
She went missing while he was not at home.
Mr Hammill described her as black with brindle markings and a white chest. Her left hind leg is white.
His post has been shared more than 13,400 times.
A Facebook group called, Finding Little Luna, has also been started.
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One of Mr Hammill’s friends, Loz Chai, filmed herself handing out flyers at business in Mt Eliza hoping to find the pup.
Police are also investigating.
Anyone with information is encouraged to call Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000 or use the Crime Stoppers online reporting page.