Racine Missing Man's Dog found alone in Car in Kenosha

Kenosha Police Department is looking for a missing Racine man after responding to a report of his dog being found left in a Silver Acura on October 21.

Police said Robert Dermody, 40 years-old, is missing.  

Kenosha Police Department responded on October 21 at 9:22      AM to the area of the 3400 block of Kennedy Drive for a report of a dog which was left in a 2004 Silver Acura TSX. 

During the investigation the registered owner of the vehicle could not be contacted and his whereabouts were unknown.  The registered owner of the vehicle had not been located throughout the night and the vehicle remained parked in the same location.

The vehicle is believed to belong to Robert M. Dermody who resides in Racine, WI. 

It is unknown what Dermody may have been wearing at the time he went missing.

The Kenosha Police Department is asking that anyone who may have had contact with Robert or may have seen his vehicle within the past week contact Det. Vicente Correa at 262-605-5241 or Det. Josh Hecker at 262-605-5264.

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