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December 27, 2017


 

 

 

Lost police K-9 rescued

TOWN OF SOUTHEAST – Police almost had to call out the bloodhounds to find a missing Connecticut State Police K-9 in Putnam County.

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation forest rangers responded to a request from New York State Police for assistance in searching for a missing police bloodhound. The dog got loose from its handler on December 21 when the officer fell in a mountainous area along the state border.

The rangers assisted in the search that led to locating the dog the following morning. It was uninjured but entangled in a fence on the state line.

 


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