It’s not just crime prevention and apprehending suspects that stalwarts of the Durham Regional Police Service (DRPS) are good at.
They have, on many occasions, risen to other challenges – as did these officers from the DRPS Central East Division.
Their story is most likely to get tails wagging.
“We often say that our investigators are like a dog on a bone when investigating crimes…this group of hard working criminal/pet detectives from [Property Crimes Unit] really put that saying into practice locating this stolen pup. Great work!” said a congratulatory tweet from DRPS.
It said officers used their excellent tracking skills when they located a stolen dog in Oshawa.
Yesterday, Ma was reunited with her owner.
The two-year old Ma was stolen from an Oshawa residence last week. A 36-year old Oshawa man has been charged.
The owner thanked officers Richer, Dowdie, Wade and O’Malley for finding her precious pup (top image).