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This week: search continues for two missing Akron dogs
Just two days before Halloween, 2013, Kimbo and Zoey disappeared from their Ellet neighborhood. Their owner, Pam, has been searching for them ever since. Kimbo, is a male pit bull / hound mix, and Zoey is a female German Shepherd. In November, there were a couple of sightings of the two dogs running together. One sighting was in Cuyahoga Falls near the mall, and the other sighting was back in Ellet. Since then, the dogs have disappeared without a trace. Please take a moment to look at their photo to see if you recognize them. Kimbo is brown with a white chest, and Zoey is a delicate looking black and tan Shepherd. Do you know someone who has acquired a pet that looks like either of these dogs since last November?
If you know where either or both of these dogs are, please contact Pam: 330-431-8451.
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