Stolen Boston Terrier reunited with owner four years later

WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) Wichita police have reunited another stolen dog with its owner - this time, it's four years later.

Officer Paul Cruz, with the Wichita Police Department, said a stray Boston Terrier was brought into the animal shelter on Oct. 28.

The dog was scanned for a microchip which revealed the animal had been reported stolen in 2013.

Police tracked down its owner and advised her that the dog was at the shelter

"She was shocked and excited all at once," said Cruz.

She arrived to pick up the dog, whose name is Missy. Missing was in good health other than having one eye surgically removed

"This is a prime example of how important it is to microchip your pets so that they can be returned with its owner even four years later," said Cruz.