Family of beloved coach searches for missing dog

The family of a beloved professional soccer player and coach from Stamford who died of cancer is asking the public for help in finding his missing dog. The family of Keith Segovia says their white

News 12 Staff

Nov 30, 2015, 2:45 AM

Updated 3,160 days ago

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The family of a beloved professional soccer player and coach from Stamford who died of cancer is asking the public for help in finding his missing dog.
The family of Keith Segovia says their white Husky, named Niko, is all they have to remember him by after Keith passed away in 2010 after a two-year battle with stage 4 colon cancer.
The family says that Niko went missing on Friday and did not have his dog tags on him.
They say they have been posting dozens of signs throughout Stamford in hopes of someone spotting the dog. They say Niko was a part of Keith and are desperately hoping he'll be found.
The family has also taken to Facebook to get the word out in hopes that someone will find him.


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