Two local radio deejays are desperately searching for their 2-year-old Chow Jazzy who escaped from them earlier this month.

Tejay and Lisa Marie Schwartz, who are personalities for Magic 101.7 and who are instrumental in game day entertainment for the Binghamton Mets and Senators, recently adopted Jazzy who was rescued from a puppy mill in Atlanta, Georgia along with over 100 other abused Chows.

On October 13th, while at West End Park in Johnson City, Jazzy slipped her collar and ran away.  Police were able to track her to the Home Depot in Westover but then lost sight of her.

Over the past two weeks Jazzy has been sighted several times in the Westover area and there have also been reports of seeing her in the Twining Road area in the Town of Maine and also near Main Street in Endwell.

Thousands of Southern Tier residents have joined the search for Jazzy and they have been coordinating via a Facebook group created by a friend of the Schwartz's.  Tejay says that the support of the community "is the most amazing thing [he's] ever seen".  He says that those folks that have spent countless hours searching and posting flyers are "beautiful souls."

Tejay says that Jazzy is very skiddish and that people should not try to approach her.  Instead, if you spot her, please call Tejay at 607.237.2442.