Edmonds PD K-9 Cop missing from Lake Stevens home

UPDATE [3 pm July 20, 2022]: K-9 Ace has been safely located. He was located about 1/2 a mile from his home. Thank you to the nearby neighbor who saw him and called it in.

EDMONDS, Wash., July 20, 2022Edmonds PD‘s K-9 Ace is missing from unincorporated Lake Stevens. He escaped overnight from his residence in the 12300 block of 2nd Street SE in Lake Stevens. He is not wearing a collar. If seen, please call 911.

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