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Video: 3 Law Enforcement Trained Dogs Stolen From Facility

June 02, 2014  | 

VIDEO: 3 Law Enforcement Trained Dogs Stolen from Facility

Three dogs that were being trained for use in law enforcement were stolen from a kennel at a facility outside Denver where the animals are trained, Douglas County Sheriff's officials told ABC News.

The dogs, which where found to be missing from their kennels Friday, could not have gotten out without someone releasing them, according to police. Although the animals were being trained for use in the military and law enforcement, they were not yet part of a specific law enforcement agency.

KUSA-TV 9 news is reporting the three purebred German Shepards are valued at about $100,000.


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Lenny @ 6/2/2014 12:34 PM

Now that's funny!

old VA lawdog @ 6/2/2014 6:41 PM

You know what would be even funnier, you gigantic DUMBA$$? What if that "speciality trained" dog attacked say a small child playing in a yard or your mother on her way home from the grocery store to make your lunch? Wouldn't that be hilarious? Since common sense is lacking in that pea brain of your maybe you should just stick to comics or coloring books, or you just could continue making yourself look like a buffoon here.

Lenny @ 6/2/2014 8:15 PM

Well if that happened I would say using the same logic most in your line of work use, it's the fault of those who trained the dogs. I was hoping that those wonderful animals could be deprogrammed not to harm. I know that goes against every bit of your training since everyone and everything is trying to prevent you from going home at the end of your shift. Maybe you should stick to your barcalounger, pork rinds, beer and FOX News.

Nichole @ 6/3/2014 4:03 AM

I don't know why you all haven't noticed yet that Lenny is just a troll and he wants you to pay attention to him and his lunacy. Just ignore him, he'll get bored of it eventually and find another bridge to hide under.

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