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CHICAGO (WBBM-TV) — Where is Wendy? She’s the beloved pet of a Chicago-area family who has been searching for their missing dog for more than 10 days now. Wendy has since been spotted, but it’s who she was last seen with that has the family pleading for her safe return.

Surveillance cameras at the VCA Arboretum View Animal Hospital captured Wendy being carried off by someone on Sunday, October 3rd.

They also captured that same woman walking out with Wendy, but neither have been seen since. It’s a sad twist of fate for her owner, Yesenia Aguayo, whose elation would soon turn to sadness.

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“We usually take her outside in the backyard to go to the bathroom, and then she usually comes in,” Aguayo told WBBM-TV in Chicago. But Wendy, an 11 year-old Shih-Tzu/Chihuahua mix, didn’t come back inside that fateful day, and likely wandered off.

“We made the report of a missing dog with the Bensenville Police Department, and I called the Bensenville Animal Hospital, and they said that nobody had turned her in,” she said.

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Hours later, another animal hospital called Aguayo; the VCA Arboretum View Animal Hospital located in Downers Grove, roughly 20 miles south of where Wendy went missing. They told Aguayo someone brought the dog in as lost, and they scanned her chip. The person who found her, seen in surveillance video from the animal hospital, said she would willingly facilitate a reunion.

“We came to an agreement that we were going to meet up at the Speedway in Bensenville,” Aguayo said. But the person who had Wendy never showed. Now, more than a week and a half later, Aguayo’s family is still searching for their beloved dog.

She hopes someone recognizes Wendy, or the person who found her, and they can go back to feeding the small dog her favorite treat of warm tortillas. “Please just drop her off at any police department, and my family and I will greatly appreciate it. She’s been part of the family for quite some time,” Aguayo said.

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WBBM-TV reached out to VCA to ask about their policy when someone brings in a lost dog. They do scan for microchips and review any discrepancies. They are reviewing what happened in Wendy’s case, and are working with local authorities.

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More than $2.4 billion sitting in unclaimed retirement funds – have you lost cash?

IF you're a retiree, you may want to check if you have money you didn't collect.

The Employee Benefit Security Administration (EBSA) says it has more than $2.4billion in unclaimed retirement funds.

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The EBSA is in charge of the security of the retirement, health and other workplace benefits of American workers and their families.

It does this by developing regulations, assisting and educating workers and enforcing the law.

Part of its efforts includes finding money that has been left in abandoned accounts and recovered from various enforcement actions — and getting it back to the people it belongs to.

Where do the funds come from?

The EBSA says it closed more than 1,000 civil investigations in 2021.

This resulted in 69% of some sort of corrective action, including monetary compensation.

A major reason for these rewards were vested participants who had been terminated and did not receive the money they were owed.

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An EBSA investigation found $1.9billion in funds.

Other money recovered by the EBSA include $34 million in voluntary fiduciary correction programs, $50.8 million in abandoned plan programs and $499.5 million in monetary benefit recoveries from informal complaint resolutions.

How do I find out if it's my money?

There are several ways to do your research.

The National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators allows you to search your state for various types of unclaimed property, including recovered retirement accounts.

If you find that you have money that is unclaimed, the site will have instructions on what you need to do to claim it.

Another way to find out if you have unclaimed money is to check out the National Registry of Unclaimed Retirement Funds.

You'll be able to search using your Social Security number for any funds that belong to you.

The registry will also help you contact your former employer to take steps to get your money back.

The Department of Labor also has a tool to search for 5500 series returns or reports that have been filed since 2010.

Plus, the government site Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation has a search tool that could help you locate funds.

Here's a look at the states with the highest amount of unclaimed money.

We also explain how to track down other lost money, such as unpaid wages and tax refunds.

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