Police service dog finds little girl lost in Woolwich Township corn field

A young girl lost for two hours in a Woolwich Township corn field was found by Grim, a police dog with Waterloo Regional Police Service.

Grim was called in after the girl had been missing for about two hours, police say

Grim the dog saves the day. The Waterloo regional police service dog located a lost child in a corn field, Tuesday in Woolwich Township. (@K9wrps)

Grim the police dog is being credited for finding a lost little girl in a corn field northeast of Elmira Tuesday.

Waterloo regional police received a call around 11:45 a.m of a three-year-old girl reported lost in the area of Wittick Road in Woolwich Township.

That's located in a block around Northfield Drive E and Arthur Street N. and Township Roads 3 and 10.

The girl was lost for about two hours before being located with the help of police service dog Grim and his handler Const. Marissa Zuliani.

The young girl was in the corn field during a very hot time of the day. Police said the girl did not suffer serious injuries but was taken to hospital as a precaution.


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