Volunteers help in search for missing dog

Dozens of people braved the early morning heat to help look for a dog mistakenly released into the wild.

Today, about 20 people walked through the woods, close to the same spot the Frankfort Humane Society released Lori Goodlet's dog Copper.

Frankfort Police found the dog on the loose, and turned it over to the Humane Society last week. The Humane Society thought the dog was a coyote, and dropped it off, into the wild. Lori Goodlet says she's been coming to the spot several times a day for the last week, just hoping Copper's nearby. She says people she's never even met came out today to help search. She says she'll keep searching until Copper can be found.

Goodlett's offering $250 to anyone who can find and return Copper.


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