Montgomery County Sheriff's Office Investigates Stolen Pet Hyperbaric Chamber/Trailer

By: Montgomery County Sheriff's Office
| Published 03/04/2019


KINGWOOD, Texas - On March 04, 2019 the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office East Patrol responded to a Theft call at 1424 Northpark Drive, Kingwood. Upon arrival the investigating Deputy learned a trailer was left at this address on March 03, 2019 around 5 PM while secured with a hitch lock and padlocks on the doors. This morning around 7:30 AM the owner arrived to find the trailer had been stolen and upon further investigation it was apparent the hitch lock had been cut off.

MCTXSheriff was advised that this trailer contained the only hyperbaric chamber in this area that is used to help pets who are in grave need of this kind of treatment, and it is used to save lives daily. The owner further told us that she had two appointments today to take the hyperbaric chamber to two locations where the animals may not survive without this treatment. Compounding the problem, we learned that the next closest type equipment like this was in Harris County but that chamber was destroyed during the Harvey floods.

The stolen trailer is very distinct with two A/C units on the top of the white trailer with “All Creatures Hyperbaric Care” logos on the sides and rear swing down style ramp door.

If you can provide any information to help investigators locate this stolen trailer/hyperbaric chamber, please call the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office at 936-760-5800 and refer to case number 19A073730. You can also call Multi-County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-392-STOP [7868] and remain anonymous while possibly earning a cash reward.

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