Drone pilot to help search for missing dog Angel

By Michael Upton | 24/10/2017

Drone pilot to help search for missing dog Angel

A DEVASTATED dog lover is so desperate to find her lost pet she has even recruited a drone pilot to help.

Corinthia Graham’s white miniature schnauzer, Angel (pictured), went missing from her garden in Edlington Lane, Warmsworth, at about 5am on October 6.

Corinthia and her friend Annette Frost-Ward have been searching daily in the Warmsworth and Edlington areas and nearby woods.

They are offering a reward for Angel’s safe return, which they have set up a gofundme page to help pay for.

They have put up posters and shared an appeal for information in more than 20 Facebook groups.

And now they have called in Lincolnshire-based Drone SAR For Lost Dogs UK to scour the landscape from the air.

Annette, of Edlington, bred Angel six years ago and owns Angel’s mother.

She said: “Corinthia’s family thought the gate was on latch but apparently it wasnt — they went and checked as she normally scratches to come in and the gate was open. 

“Both families love Angel very much we are in mental turmoil. 

“She is a white, which is quite a rare colour for a schnauzer.

“She is like her name — an angel.”

Annette said there had been several sightings so far, including two in woodland, but Angel had still not been found.

If you think you may have seen the missing pet, visit the Find Angel Warmsworth Doncaster Facebook page.

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