PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A team of bloodhounds saved the day when they located a missing man in just 4 hours.

Last night at 2 a.m., the Greensburg Volunteer Fire Department received a call about a man who had gone missing around the Scottdale area.

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In response to the call, first responders dispatched the Bloodhound Team.

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They found the man just before 6 a.m., making the hunt a success.

The fire department posted a photo of the Bloodhound Team and Bloodhound Unit, thanking everyone for their great work.

According to Greensburg’s website, the Bloodhound Team started out as 12 volunteer firemen and two dogs.

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The program has since expanded, and they now have 30 volunteer firemen and five bloodhounds.