22-year-old Levy Piselea, who worked for an independent delivery service, has been convicted of stealing Wilma, a tiny Schnauzer, by delivering an Amazon plot in April last year.
According to Court News UK, Richard Guthfield, the owner of Wilma, found that the 11-month-old dog had disappeared from his home in Marsworth, southeastern England, on April 27th. A packet arrived, he contacted the online merchant. The Puzzle Manager questioned him about the dog, but the driver denied seeing Wilma or entering the garden where he was held. Application, however, reveals the truth: he traced his steps around Guthfield's house and the garden.
The Pistole's manager reported it to the police after going to his home and finding Wilma there.
"It's great to sit here with a cup of tea with my little ones together," says Gutfield on Facebook.
The psalmist denied to steal Wilma, saying he had found it a kilometer from the house ̵
Andrew Morgan, a district prosecutor at the Prosecutor's Office, said, "The lion lied when he said he was not in the garden where the dog is a lie, which is proven by the tracer's footprint data. And it is clear that the garden was safe, which means that the dog could not get out of its own. directly asked him about it, and did not try to reunite him with his owner during the four days in which he was in his possession, and they all showed his intention to keep it. "