According to NBC news, R&B singer-actress Venessa Williamsâ pet Yorkie is missing. The dog, called Enzo, disappeared from her Chappaqua home Monday (May 28), becoming the second pooch of a high-profile owner to go missing from northern Westchester since Mother’s Day, says NBC. Mount Pleasant Police Chief Louis Alagno suggested that coyotes are snatching the bite-size pets but Williams raised concerns that there’s some sort of dognapping ring. Alagno said coyotes are common and they prey on small pets. Williams filed a missing-dog report with Mount Pleasant police Monday after she came home Yorkie missing from her fenced-in yard. Another dog, a blond dachshund in Yorktown that ran away on Mother’s Day, has also failed to turn up, despite the work of a pet detective and a publicist.
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