Thu, Jul 26, 2007
The Days Of Signs On Telephone Poles Are Over
helicopter can perform an aerial search for missing humans... why
not a missing canine? As it turns out, it's definitely an option if
you have the means.
Rhonda Fish and her fiancé, Brian Davis, have been living
at the Marriott Residence Inn in White Marsh, MD while her home is
repaired following a water heater explosion. Fish's beloved
Yorkshire terrier, Reilly, disappeared from the hotel sometime
Monday night, according to the Associated Press.
So, the couple did what anyone desperately seeking a dog would
do: they hired a private detective, a psychic and a helicopter for
an aerial search Tuesday that was ultimately unsuccessful.
No word, yet, on what the private investigator was able to turn
To add insult to injury, the couple has been evicted from the
Marriott... because of the disturbance caused by their search for
But, the psychic told Fish Reilly is alive and well and would be
returned to her Wednesday afternoon.
We'll keep you posted.
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