The reward for a missing K-9 dog belonging to the Sharp County Search and Rescue Squad has increased thanks to an out-of-state individual.
According to a social media post for Radar, the 2-year-old Belgian Milionis that went missing last Saturday in the Sequoia Lake area of Cherokee Village, the reward is now up to $1,000 thanks to the person who wishes to remain anonymous. The post said the individual who helped boost the reward amount saw the story of the missing dog on Region 8 News and then contacted Sharp County officials.
Radar went missing with the handler’s other dog, which returned home early Sunday morning, Dec. 3, without Radar. Radar was last seen with a blaze orange collar and the fur saver chain collar shown in the image. Radar is described as extremely friendly.
Anyone with information on Radar’s whereabouts can contact Dave Gruger at (870) 847-4731 or David Woods at (870) 329-3459. Anonymous tips can also be made by calling Sharp County Dispatch at (870) 257-5225.
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