http://www.kptv.com/news/18495858/detail.html Dog Held For Ransom At Neighborhood Park Dog Owner Gives Up Jewelry For Pup's Safe Return POSTED: 8:40 am PST January 16, 2009 UPDATED: 8:56 am PST January 16, 2009 VANCOUVER, Wash. -- A woman held a dog for ransom while demanding jewelry from the dog's owner Wednesday at a Vancouver park. Sheryl Jensen brought her Yorkshire Terrier to Oak Grove Neighborhood Park on Wednesday morning. The dog wandered away and when Jensen reached down to pick it up, another woman beat her to it, according to the Clark County Sheriff's Office. The woman cuddled the dog and said it was cute, but then demanded Jensen's jewelry in exchange for the safe return of the dog, deputies said. Sheriff's deputies said Jensen eventually gave in and handed over her wedding ring, a gold bracelet and her diamond earrings. After the woman took the jewelry, she tossed the dog away and left the scene. Jensen and the dog weren't injured in the robbery. Susan Uldall lives near the park, which she said opened in October. Despite the robbery, Uldall said it has been a positive addition to the neighborhood. "My husband and I take walks and we usually start out through the park," Uldall said. While no arrests have been made, deputies said they have a solid description of the robber and hope to make an arrest soon. The woman sought by deputies is described as white, in her 30s, about 5 feet 10 inches tall and 180 pounds with brown hair. She had a butterfly tattoo on her hand. Anyone with information on the robbery is asked to call the Clark County Sheriff's Office.