Lexi is a red and white Chow that disappeared on the 12th May 2014 whilst on holiday with her owners.. she is now presumed stolen.
Jan Jurczuk, her husband Paul and her supporters have travelled hundreds of miles looking for clues of Lexis disappearance and launched a relentless media campaign.
Jan explains the circumstances around Lexis disappearance on a holiday they took in 2014. We rented a cottage for a week 9th - 16th May 2014.in Crackington Haven near Bude Cornwall.
On the morning of Lexis disappearance, we decided to make use of the lovely day and all go out together, leaving Lexi in the secured garden of the cottage grounds Jan and Paul popped inside to collect Lexis harness and Jans bag, being out of sight for no longer than a couple of minutes, when they returned Lexi was nowhere to be seen.
In panic Jan & Paul ran all round the immediate areas calling Lexis name, popping in the 2 local cafes, and one pub, nobody had seen her. The " OLD COTTAGE " where we were staying, is situated where you can join the South West Coastal Path , a very popular walkway for walkers & locals . We stopped a few of them and asked them to keep a look out for our distinguished looking Lexi a Chow . One couple did think they may have seen her but this was never confirmed and from that day to now we have had no positive sightings of Lexi .
After all this time she could be anywhere , IF she was found by holidaymakers OR Stolen from the garden of Old Cottage , we just don't know. and that is the hardest thing of all to bear , the NOT KNOWING ! where is she , who has her , is she still alive ??? this is such a very painful time in our lives and continues to be . We have postered the areas around Bude & beyond .. The community there know all about Lexi & assures us on our several visits back there ( always hoping to find her ) that they are always looking out for her too.
we have offered a reward for Lexi's safe return, we just want our girl home.
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