Anyone seen Tracy Lawrence's English bulldog?
Wednesday, June 16, 2010
– Anyone seen Tracy Lawrence's dog?
The singer issued an alert and is asking Nashville-area residents, law officials and media for assistance in the search of his dog, and family friend, Tank.
Tank, a two-year-old, English bulldog, was removed from Lawrence's truck last evening at approximately 8:30 while Lawrence made a quick stop at a local Walgreens located on Mt. Juliet and Lebanon Road. Having just been bathed, Tank, regrettably was not wearing his collar or identification.
"Tank, was my Father's Day present two years ago," Lawrence said. "He's not only a member of our family but a part of our road crew. We'd sure like to have him back home with us and appreciate your help."
Lawrence is offering a $500 reward to anyone with information surrounding the dog's theft and whereabouts. If you have information regarding Tank's disappearance or current location, please contact Sgt. Michael Mullins at the Mt. Juliet Police Department at 615-754-2552.
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