Crazy moment woman clings to moving car to 'stop thieves who stole $10k puppy'

SHOCKING video footage captured the moment a woman clung to the hood of a speeding car in an attempt to stop thieves from taking off with a $10,000 puppy.

Alize James, the heroic pet store employee, works at Bully Kamp, a store in Harris County, Texas, that sells exotic bulldog breads.

The frightening turn of events began after a couple came into the store to look at dogs on November 4, and James briefly left the room to get some paperwork, she told KPRC.

The couple snatched the dog, which carried a price tag of $10,000, from her cage and attempted to hurry out of the store and into a car.

James began chasing after them, she said, because the dog they had stolen had just had surgery and needed special medical care.

"My mind is focused on her health, I obviously didn’t care about my wellbeing," James said.

When she got out to the car, she told the outlet that the man was behind the wheel and drove into her, which knocked her up onto the hood of the car.

The man then began driving aggressively around the Houston area with James on his car for about 10 minutes.

"They were weaving, driving recklessly and I could barely hold on. I was so scared," James said.

Eventually, the man stopped the car and attempted to pull James from the hood. She said he grabbed and hit her.

The couple did manage to get away with the dog, but luckily, James was left with only a few scratches and bruises.

The woman allegedly involved in the dog heist has since been tracked down.

Royshana King, 21, has been arrested and charged with aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon.

The man she was with has not yet been identified and it's unclear at this time if authorities know who he is or what the couple did with the pup.

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