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Police ask public to help in dog search.

Byline: The Register-Guard

Police are seeking the public's help in finding one of their own.

True, a Brittany spaniel that has endeared himself to local schoolchildren as the Safety Education Dog for the Eugene Police Department's School Resource Team for more than four years, has been missing from his Hayden Bridge area home since Monday morning.

There is no sign of foul play in True's disappearance, although there is no indication how he escaped his fenced dog run. True's owner, Margaret Mazzotta, says the gregarious pooch has no history of running away, either.

True is dark brown and white with orange "kiss marks" on his cheeks and orange markings on his eyebrows. True is booked for an appearance in a child safety program next week, so Mazzotta and Eugene police are hoping for the public's help to get him back home soon. Anyone with information may contact Sgt. Mike Galick at 682-8189.

- Bill Bishop


True, a Brittany spaniel who serves as Eugene's Safety Education Dog, is missing.
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Title Annotation:Animals
Publication:The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
Date:Jul 28, 2004
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