- Multiple law enforcement agencies in addition to several dozen volunteers are searching for a Charlotte County Sheriff's K-9 who went missing.
Edo, a German Shepard weighing about 105 pounds who had served the sheriff's office for more than two years, had been missing since Saturday evening, when he escaped "by unknown means" from a kennel in his handler's garage near Cranberry Avenue and Tamiami Trail, the sheriff's office said. He was last seen in his kennel at approximately 8 p.m. They also used a drone near the Cranberry area to search. That's near the Port Charlotte/North Port border.
According to the Sheriff's Office, K9 Edo was discovered missing from his latched kennel in his handler's garage on December 8.
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Anyone with information on K9 Edo's location is asked to contact the sheriff's office at 941-639-0013.
The garage door was open because of the cooler weather, but investigators don't know how he got out or if he was removed.
CCSO said Edo had a "very friendly disposition - police dogs are trained to listen to their handler's commands, not to be vicious".
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