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Owner hopes surveillance shots lead to return of missing dog

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EWA BEACH (HawaiiNewsNow) - An Ewa Beach woman is hoping surveillance shots will help lead to the return of her missing dog. Seven-month old Bandit vanished from his owner's yard on Wednesday. It's unclear how he got out since the gate was still closed. The family searched the neighborhood, put up flyers, and created a Facebook post. On Sunday, they received surveillance images from a pet store that scanned the dog's microchip when it was brought in by a man on Friday.

"He (the employee) scanned the dog and the number came up and said, 'Yeah, this is a legit scanner number.' He gave him advice on how to do the found report with the Hawaiian Humane Society and asked him to contact them," said Betina Parker, the dog's owner.

Parker said the man hasn't contacted the Humane Society yet. A reward is being offered for the dog's return with no questions asked. Call 590-1210 or send an email to info@lostmydoggie.com