CORTLANDT MANOR, N.Y. -- Christy Miles is desperate to get her service dog, Sensi, back home with her.
Miles says her brown and white Boston terrier was stolen out of her car in the parking lot of the A&P at the Cortlandt Town Center on Friday night.
Miles and her boyfriend, Eric Harris, went into the A&P to shop and while she was inside the store, two men went into her car and grabbed the dog.
"She's my life," Miles said. "She's like a child to me."
The men are described as white, 5 feet 9 inches to 5 feet 10 inches. One was wearing a bandanna.
The A&P security cameras did not allow Miles to get a glimpse of their license plate, but she said their vehicle looked like a silver Honda CRV.
"My heart is breaking," Miles said. "I just need help."
Miles said she has been knocking on doors and posting on Facebook to let people know of her missing dog.
She said Sensi responds to her name. She was in the process of getting her chipped. Miles said she is willing to offer a $1,000 reward, no questions asked, if the dog is returned.
"She is my pride and joy," Miles said. "I've raised her since she was six weeks old. I spent everyday with her."
Anyone with information is asked to contact 914-356-2503 or 860-882-4940.
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