An agency driver who delivered parcels for Amazon has been found guilty of stealing a dog when he dropped off a package at a house in Buckinghamshire last April.
The owner of two Miniature Schnauzers contacted Amazon on 27 April last year, when he discovered one of his dogs, Wilma, was missing following a parcel delivery.
It showed that, contrary to his claims,
When Pislea continued to deny having the dog, his manager went to his home address.
He found Wilma
At the time
Andrew Morgan, for the CPS, said:
“There was never any dispute that Pislea took the dog when he made his delivery; what’s been demonstrated today is that he stole it rather than found it as he claimed.
“Pislea lied when he said he hadn’t been near the garden where the dog was – a lie that was proven by the tracker data of his steps.
“And it is clear that the garden was secure, meaning the dog could not have got out on its own.
“Added to that, he denied any knowledge of the dog when he was directly asked about it, and made no effort to reunite it with its owner over the four days that it was in his possession; all of which indicated his intention to keep it.”
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