Police K-9 tracks Oak Cliff girl who left suicide note

Dallas Police K9 Yoll
Dallas Police K9 Yoll

A Dallas Police K-9 tracked down a 12-year-old Oak Cliff girl Tuesday, after the girl left a suicide note.

Senior Corporal Susan Millard and her partner, Yoll, were dispatched around 8 a.m. to a home in West Oak Cliff, where the girl had climbed out of her bedroom window.

The dog tracked the girl’s scent from the house, through the neighborhood, into the brush near Five Mile Creek, back to the neighborhood, and finally, to a church in the 2700 block of Kiest, where the girl was seen walking around 10 a.m.

K-9 Yoll was rewarded with a “pupacino,” a small cup of whipped cream, for his work.

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