Update: Cincinnati family dog found safe in Milwaukee

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NEW HAVEN, Ind. (WANE) — After a 12-hour round trip to Milwaukee, a Cincinnati family dog has been found and is back safe and sound with his family.

Noah Allen received a call overnight Friday stating his dog, Zeke, was in Milwaukee. Allen made the lengthy trip to a police district in the city and reunited with his dog.

The family had asked for the public’s help to find their dog, who was possibly taken while they were stopped at a New Haven travel center.

Allen and his family were heading home to Cincinnati following a camping trip in the Fremont area on Sunday when they stopped at the Flying J in New Haven to get gas around 2:30 p.m. While there, the family’s dog, Zeke, got out of the car.

According to Allen, someone picked up the dog and drove away. Flying J staff provided surveillance photos that show the dog was driven away in a dark-colored SUV.

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