NY K-9 finds man on first day of work
Bloodhound was donated to the police the previous day
NEW YORK — A new police dog has learned an old trick - tracking down a parole violator outside New York City on its first day on the job.
Bloodhound Tank Tebow was donated to the police Monday and began his career with the officer Tuesday. Two hours later, the police were dispatched to an apartment complex on a tip the parole violator was there. But by the time the police arrived, the man had disappeared.
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