Police dog fled and shook off the rope while searching for the missing person Hyogo Fukusaki Town October 26, 16:49

On the 25th, in the mountains of Fukusaki Town, Hyogo Prefecture, a police dog who was involved in the search for the missing person shook off the rope and escaped.

The police say, "I don't think I'll bite anyone because I'm trained," but I'm calling attention to stay away even if I find one.

Around 1:30 pm on the 25th, a police dog "Kureba" from the Hyogo Prefectural Police Headquarters was involved in a search activity for a 54-year-old woman who had been missing for four days at "Nanakinzan" in Taguchi, Fukusaki Town, Hyogo Prefecture. Suddenly, he ran away, shook off the towline that the police officer had.

The "Kreva" is a 2-year-old male shepherd with a

length of about 1 meter and 20 centimeters,

a height of about 70 centimeters, and a mixture of black and brown hair.

The police are looking for 38 people in the mountains from 9 am on the 26th, but they have not found it yet.

The Kreva is the youngest of the 11 "directly controlled police dogs" raised directly by the Hyogo Prefectural Police, and has been tracking suspects and searching for missing persons since January.

The Hyogo Prefectural Police Headquarters is calling out, "Because I am trained, I don't think I will bite anyone, but if I find one, please keep me away and report it."

Meanwhile, the missing woman appears to have slipped off a mountain slope and was found dead by another police dog on the afternoon of the 25th.