Jacksonville officer plans searches for missing dog, doubles reward

By: Action News Jax

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A group of people plan to search for a Jacksonville officer's dog, which went missing after a break in on Tuesday.

An officer with Jacksonville Sheriff's Office said he and a group of people will pass out fliers for his missing dog Hemingway on Friday. 


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Hemingway went missing after the officer's house was broken into on Tuesday.

The officer's truck, two guns and keys to a JSO patrol car were stolen during the break in.

The stolen truck was recovered and a 14-year-old was arrested on Tuesday night.

The officer said the group will meet at the intersection of Hamilton Street and Hercules Avenue at 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.

The reward for the return of the dog has also increased to $1,000.  

The officer is warning people not to chase the dog, but to keep an eye on him and call the JSO's non-emergency number at (904) 630-0500 if they see him.

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