Romano told CNN that the airport still isn't giving him straight answers concerning the circumstances of Ty's disappearance or the progress of the search. However, according to TODAY, Delta has reportedly suspended its search for the dog.
This is far from being the first instance of a pet disappearing in airport security. According to 2013 data from the Department of Transportation, last year 21 pets died in transit/at airports, 15 were injured, and six were lost.
Luckily, Ty is microchipped, so there is hope that he will turn up soon. Romano told TODAY, "I just want my dog back safe and sound ... He's my best friend. I just want to see him again."