A Shiba Inu named "Ezzy," was recently stolen from a residence in Kent, Wash., and today, the dog's guardian has embarked on a desperate search to find her, reported Tuesday's King 5 News.
Ezzy belonged to Stephen Tully's only daughter, Jasmyn, who was violently murdered back in 2012.
After losing his daughter, Tully felt a special connection to the little dog, especially because Ezzy meant so much to Jasmyn.
This dog was very important to my daughter and I feel like if I lose this dog I've kinda lost something that was part of my daughter."
For three weeks, Tully has searched high and low for Ezzy, but as of yet, she has not been found.
Ezzy was stolen while Tully was out of town on business; she had been left in the care of a friend and was stolen from their fenced yard within 15 minutes of being placed outside.
Ezzy was last seen near East Smith and Temperance Avenue in Kent, Wash. Anyone with information is asked to call 425-281-0329.
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