Person of interest seeked in dognapping

WAGONER COUNTY, Okla. - Wagoner County officials said they are looking for a person of interest in connection to a dognapping.

Deputies said they are looking for Cassie Woodson who was last scene leaving the area in a dark blue 2008 Toyota Tundra pickup with an Oklahoma license plate HZM902.

Officials said Woodson entered the home of the dog owner, without permission, while individuals from Servpro were doing work. The victim said Woodson then went to the back porch and grabbed the dog.

It was through a joint effort by the Wagoner County Sheriff's Office, Oklahoma City Police Department, and Broken Arrow Animal Control that reunited the dog that was stolen six months ago with their owner.

Deputies said they received a call about an abandoned dog, a male Husky, in the 7100 block of South 234th East Avenue on Wednesday.

The dog was found abandoned and animal control took control of the dog, officials said.

Officials said the dog was taken to the animal shelter and it was there they found a microchip.

The owners were reunited with their dog on Friday, officials said.

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