UPDATE: Reward raised for missing 200-pound Saint Bernard


10:15 a.m., UPDATE: The reward for anyone who finds Logan has been raised to $2,500.

Original story, July 12: What happened to Logan?

That’s the question after the 200-pound Saint Bernard went missing from his Southwest Florida home.

Will and Jamie O'Shea said they left their Treasure Island house, west of St. Petersburg, for just under an hour on Monday and came back to find the lovable giant missing. 

Because Logan, 7, usually doesn’t walk very far due to his size and weight, they think he may have been stolen. Their yard is fully gated, but a back door was unlocked. 

The reward for his return started at $500 and is now up to $1,500.

“It is way too hot for him to be outside,” Jamie said about Logan, who they got when he was a puppy. “We grew up with Saints and have owned other Saints before Logan ... you have no idea how heartbreaking this is.”

Anyone with information is urged to call Treasure Island police at 727-547-4595.


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