BRIDGEWATER, Mass. — A Massachusetts woman is offering a $5,000 reward for the safe return of her beloved dogs that went missing three weeks ago.

Bridgewater resident Janyce Woodward says she goes out at night looking for her two wheaten terriers, Marcie and Morrie.

The Taunton Gazette reports that she is offering the reward no questions asked, as long as the dogs are returned safe and unharmed.

Woodward was cleaning off her car Dec. 9 as her dogs played in the snowy driveway. When she turned around, they were gone.

She says she and family been searching extensively, but having found no sign of the dogs, she thinks someone may have them.

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