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Doylestown police ask for help finding retired police K9

Authorities say Jet went missing after escaping her crate back on Sept. 7.

DOYLESTOWN, Ohio — Editor's note: Video in the player above was originally published in an unrelated story regarding the annual Clear the Shelters campaign.

The Doylestown Police Department is asking the community for help.

In a Facebook post on Sept. 7, the Doylestown Police Department announced that Jet, their retired K9, went missing after escaping her crate on Sunday, Sept. 5.

Jet is described as a friendly female black German Shepard that lives with her handler in the State Street / Romig Road area.

On Sept. 9, the department confirmed that their last sighting was Monday, Sept. 7 near the Amazon fulfillment center on Romig Road and then near the Aldi on Romig Road.

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The department worries that someone might have Jet right now and are unsure how to get in touch with her actual owner.

The department provided a fresh update on Saturday, Sept. 11, when they announced that they had received a few tips of potential sightings, but there was no confirmation.

There is a reward being offered for information that directly leads her to a safe return home.

The Doylestown Police Department is asking everyone to share their Facebook post to help spread the word.

The police department asks those who sight the Jet not to capture the K9 unless she approaches you.

Anybody with information is asked to call 330-658-2771 and ask to be connected to the officer on duty.


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