A DAREDEVIL dog who has braved the skies joining his owner on paragliding trips has gone missing from the family home.
Harry, who stunned readers recently by jumping thousands of feet with his trusty owner Tony Conway, went missing from their Craigavon home at the weekend.
The 10-year-old family pet was last seen on Friday night at Garrymore when Tony’s wife put him in his dog box.
“We have had a couple of unconfirmed sightings of him on Saturday morning very near to our home,” said Tony.
“Harry has been our family pet for over 10 years and we are distraught at his loss.”
Harry has become a bit of a celebrity after appearing in the ‘Mail’ after his daredevil stunt down Slieve Donard last monty.
“I really feel we may have a chance of getting him back if people were aware he was missing,” he said, adding that the Dog Warden had been informed and that Harry is licensed and microchipped.
“We are not giving up hope just yet,” added Tony.
Harry is a collie cross, black with four white feet and a white chest. He was wearing an orange collar with a green licence tag attached.
Anyone with information should contact Tony Conway on 07729549163.