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Rookie had surgery to fix a broken leg and is still recovering from other injuries. He is now being adopted by the Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper who found him. Rookie had surgery to fix a broken leg and is still recovering from other injuries. He is now being adopted by the Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper who found him.
OKLAHOMA CITY -

The search for the person who threw a German shepherd off a bridge onto Interstate 40 in Oklahoma City continues. Now, the dog named "Rookie" is headed home to his new family.

According to the Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office, Rookie was thrown from a bridge on S.E. 59th Street down to I-40. 

12/6/2012 Related Story: Dog Critically Injured After Being Thrown Off Bridge In OKC

Rookie had surgery to fix a broken leg and is still recovering from other injuries. He is now being adopted by the Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper who found him.

12/8/2012 Related Story: Surgery Scheduled For Dog Thrown Off Bridge In OKC

There's a $7,500 reward for information leading to an arrest in the case. If you have any information, call the Oklahoma County Sheriff's office at (405)-869-2501.

12/11/2012 Related Story: Reward Increased To Help Catch Person Who Threw Dog Off OKC Bridge

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