A soldier who was reunited with his K9 companion is looking for help after the dog went missing on Wednesday.
After three years apart, U.S. Army Specialist John Nyerghes was reunited with Tactical Explosion Detection Dog “Ranger R647” at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport on Sept. 22.
Ranger and Nyerghes served together in Afghanistan in 2011.
Nyerghes said a family member let Ranger outside to use the restroom while he was at work.
That’s when Nyerghes said Ranger somehow went missing from the backyard on Cleveland’s west side.
If you have any information that can help reunite the two again, you’re urged to call (216) 650-2224.
A cash reward is being offered to help find and return Ranger to his home on West 64th Street.
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