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Amherst resident offering $10,000 reward for return of missing pomeranian

The dog was last seen in the 8800 block of Vermilion Road in Amherst.
Credit: Bev Briane
Pipsie, a missing pomeranian from Lorain County.

AMHERST, Ohio — One Lorain County resident is looking to bring home their missing furry friend, and willing to pay big bucks to anyone who has information leading to her return.

"Pipsie, our Pomeranian puppy, has been missing since Wednesday, January 27, 2021," Bev Briane wrote in a Facebook group for Lorain County lost pets. "She was last seen at 8852 Vermilion Rd. (just south of Middle Ridge Rd.) Brownhelm Township, Amherst."

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The poster, Bev Briane, wrote that Pipsie is not her pup, but rather that she is sharing for someone else. The reward, Bev writes... $10,000. 

"$10,000 reward for any information leading to her safe return. NO QUESTIONS ASKED." 

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Anyone who may have any information on Pipsie's location is encouraged to call (305) 304-9648. 

MISSING ** Not my dog, just posting to get this dog home. Pipsie, our Pomeranian puppy, has been missing since Wednesday January 27, 2021. She was last seen at 8852 Vermilion Rd. (just south of...

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