Man’s — or in this case, woman’s — best friend came to the rescue of a missing Texas woman.
Sherry Noppe, 63, was announced missing by a constable in Harris County, on Instagram on May 4. She had last been seen walking her black Labrador, Max. Noppe had recently been diagnosed with dementia, according to Texas EquuSearch, which also participated in the rescue efforts.
Jeff McShan, public information officer for the county’s fifth precinct, told CNN hundreds of volunteers and officers took part in the search effort. They used an infrared drone camera to hone in on a specific area of the park where they thought there might be an animal or human. Once in the area, volunteers heard the barking of a dog, which led them to Noppe.
The precinct announced on Twitter May 6 Noppe had been found. “Constable Ted Heap is relieved to report Sherry Noppe, missing since
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