BROKEN ARROW, Okla. - A stolen pet is now reunited with its family, according to Broken Arrow police.
Deputies with the Wagoner County Sheriff’s Office responded to a home Wednesday in reference to possible animal abandonment.
When they arrived, they found a dog who the homeowner said was left abandoned. The Broken Arrow Police Animal Control Unit was called in to take the male husky.
When animal control officers found a microchip, they discovered the dog had been reported stolen from the Oklahoma City area about six months ago.
With help from the Wagoner County Sheriff’s Office, Broken Arrow Police Department and the Oklahoma City Police Department, the family traveled to Broken Arrow Friday to reunite with the dog.
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