UPDATE: The Wood County Sheriff's Department confirms their K-9 officer, Toro has been found.
The department says Toro was located around 10:30 a.m. Tuesday not too far away from where he went missing in Portage County.
Toro had a small cut to one of his paws, but was in overall good health and will return to work on Friday.
The department says the terrain in the area made the search difficult as there are cranberry bogs, deep woods and bodies of water.
ORIGINAL STORY: 3/4 at 8:45 a.m.
The Wood County Sheriff's Department needs your help to find their missing K-9, "Toro."
According to a news release from the department, the Wisconsin State Patrol requested the K-9 Sunday to help with a drug search in Portage County near the intersection of Johnson Avenue and State Highway 54. After the search, Toro took off into a wooded area and hasn't been seen since. Authorities searched for him throughout the night but haven't been able to find him.
Toro is a German Shepherd dark brown and black in color, weighing about 80 pounds. He may have a 3 foot leather leash attached to a metal collar. He's not considered dangerous unless he is provoked.
If you see Toro call the Wood County Communication Center at 715-421-8702.
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