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Two weeks ago, a Siberian Husky was left locked in a hot car in the parking lot of a Buckeye, Arizona Walmart, the vehicle was off and all 4 windows were closed. Temperatures inside the vehicle reached at least 115-degrees.
Witnesses saw the owner park her car and enter the Walmart at about 11:30am on April 6. She has not been seen since.
The Husky was rescued from the vehicle and taken to a veterinarian where he was treated and determined to show no lasting health issues as a result of being left in the hot car. The dog is currently in the care of MCSO’s M.A.S.H. unit while police attempt to locate his owner.
Now, Maricopa County deputies are asking for the public’s help in locating the owner, Mary Newell-Finger.
Newell-Finger, 42, is 5 feet 6 inches tall, weighs about 120 pounds and has blue eyes and brown hair.
Those with information about Newell-Finger or her whereabouts are asked to contact the Sheriff’s Office at 602-876-1011.