Dallas police are looking for a woman who may be drugging men then robbing them.
Police want to find her before she strikes again.
Dan King says he met the woman, who called herself Naomi, last Tuesday at Sidebar in Uptown.
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The two went back to his condo afterwards. They're seen on surveillance cameras entering the Dallas high rise where he says she insisted on mixing drinks.
“The police are the ones that mentioned it to me that they thought I was drugged,” King recalled.
He says he doesn't remember much after that.
A ransacked room is what he says he woke up to at about 7:30 a.m.
He says about $500, a watch and his beloved bulldog puppy named Daisy were missing.
Surveillance video shows the woman walking out his door with a purse in one hand and Daisy in the other.
“The fact that she's gone just breaks my heart and leaves a hole inside of it,” he said tearfully.
Since the video was released, King says four other men have contacted him claiming they too were taken advantage of by the same woman.
Fingerprints she may have left on a shoe box in King's home may help the investigation.
Water bowls and untouched dog toys are as painful reminders of the puppy he desperately wants back.
“That's all that matters to me is getting Daisy home,” he said.
King is offering a $1,000 reward for Daisy's return.
Police will not say whether they believe the cases are connected.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Dallas Police Central Investigative Unit at 214-670-4414.