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$5,000 Reward Offered For Missing Tarzana Pup

Patch logo Patch 6/27/2020 Paige Austin
a dog lying on a blanket: Kenji went missing in Tarzana on May 31. © Photo courtesy of Jeffrey Millard Kenji went missing in Tarzana on May 31.

TARZANA, CA — A Los Angeles man is offering a $5,000 reward for the safe return of his beloved dog Kenji, who went missing in Tarzana after escaping a groomer on Ventura Boulevard.

Kenji was last seen running onto the 101 Freeway on May 31. According to Kenji’s owner Jeffrey Millard, the dog escaped the groomer at the corner of Ventura Boulevard and Tampa Avenue and ran onto the 101 Freeway from the Tampa Avenue onramp. That’s when the groomer lost sight of Kenji, a little gray and white terrier mix, according to Millard.

“As you can imagine, I have been devastated. Kenji was my anchor through the quarantine,” wrote Millard. “I don’t want to give up hope and I believe he is still out there.”

Anyone with information about the whereabouts of Kenji is encouraged to call Suzan at 818-261-8419 or Jeff at 718-877-9200. The reward and the return of Kenji would take place at the West Valley Police station. Photo and video proof will be required before the meetup takes place.

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