Colombian drug cartel puts out $70.000 hit on sniffer dog
Sombra participated in 300 special operations and detected 246 drug dealers, a major setback to the gang.
Urabeños, which is considered to be Colombia’s most powerful criminal organization, has put out a $70.000 hit on a drug-sniffing German shepherd Sombra after she helped authorities discover nearly 10 tons of the group’s cocaine, Tvnotas reports.
Sombra participated in 300 special operations and detected 246 drug dealers, a major setback to the gang. Its leader Dario Usuga placed the price on the head of the police dog.
The dog has been relocated by authorities to the airport of Bogota El Dorado.
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