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Missing K9 Found After 13 Hours

Missing K9 Found After 13 Hours

Saginaw (MI) police officers have located one of their K-9 police dogs that went missing Monday night while on vacation with its handler.

Saginaw Police Detective Sgt. Reggie Williams said the police dog “Deebo” was found around 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 14, walking along the side of a road near Chippewa Lake in Mecosta County.
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Williams said it’s believed the dog, one of three with the Saginaw Police Department, did not suffer any injury during the 13 hours it was missing.

Four Saginaw police officers were sent to Mecosta County to help look for the dog.

The sheriffs’ offices of Mecosta and Osceola, along with Meceola Central Dispatch and Saginaw County Dispatch, assisted in the search, Williams said.

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