ST. LOUIS - A St. Louis woman's puppies were stolen from her business in north city and the dog-napper was caught on camera.

The incident took place at Hall Street Metal Recycling.

"I really miss them. All day today it was like a part of me was gone," said Nana Williams.

She bought two German Shepard puppies a couple of weeks ago after her 4 year old boxer was hit by a car on Hall Street last month.

"I'm attached to them already," she said.

On Thursday night, Williams brought her eight-week-old puppies to the scrap yard she owns. Around 6 p.m., they vanished.

"To just have them go the day after Christmas is just really heartbreaking," said Williams.

She went inside Hall Street Metal Recycling and brought her puppies in with her, but left the garage door open.

"Somehow they sneaked through the garage door and got to the yard outside the garage. Within two minutes they were gone," said Williams.

She found out how her dogs went missing by watching her surveillance video.

"He drives by onto Hall Street and then he pulls onto our parking lot and he comes back to grab the first dog and puts the first dog in the car and the second dog starts running towards our gates to get back inside and he chases the second dog down," said Williams.

Now Williams is doing everything she can. She filed a police report and posted an ad on Craigslist.

"My biggest fear is that someone will buy them and I will never see them again," said Williams.

Williams posted fliers everywhere, offering a $200 reward to anyone who finds her puppies. Police are still looking for the man responsible. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of the dogs show call Crimestoppers at 866-371-TIPS.