RANCHO CUCAMONGA – A missing child was located safely with the help of San Bernardino County K9 Dare on Wednesday night. At around 5:54 p.m. dispatchers received a report that the 10-year-old boy had not returned home from Caryn Elementary School that day.
The deputies from the Rancho Cucamonga station responded to the school at 6290 Sierra Crest View Loop in Alta Loma. When they arrived they learned that the boy left the school after dismissal. Deputies, including Sheriff’s Aviation, tracking K-9, and several detectives conducted and area search The description of the child and his description were broadcasted throughout the nearby neighborhoods by Sheriff’s Aviation.
Using a scent article provided by the child’s parents, Deputy Ryan Girard and K9 Dare began tracking for the student at around 7:45 p.m. Dare tracked for approximately 30 minutes before identifying a strong scent of the boy. Dare led his handler to some bushes, and the boy was found asleep and uninjured around a block from his school. They boy was reunited with his parent.
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