$2,500 Reward Offered For Trucker’s Co-Pilot Named “Captain”
Washington County, Wisconsin – A Wisconsin trucker has lost his co-pilot named “Captain.” The Teacup Pomeranian was lost last Saturday. Stephanie Williamson of Slinger, Wisconsin, told Fox 6 that her husband had just picked up a loader for the clean up effort after Hurricane Michael and was en route to Florida when he had to stop near Allenton to check a strap on the load.
That’s when Captain jumped out of the truck and has not been seen since. Williamson and her daughter, Caity, have been diligently searching for the family pet ever since traveling the area distributing flyers and posters up and down the I-41 corridor. They are hoping some one will come forward with information about Captain. In fact, they are offering a reward of $2,500 if you return Captain home safely.
The family has been heartbroken since Captain went missing. Williamson says Captain always sits in the same place as he travels the nation’s interstates and highways. “He sits right on the dashboard. That’s where he sits. Right on the dash,” she said.
If you have seen Captain you are asked to call 920-810-3645 or 920-538-4237. Captain was not wearing a collar at the time of his disappearance.
Video shared courtesy of Fox 6.
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