A dog in Colombia which has sniffed out a file quantity of substances in her occupation with the counter-narcotics police force has been moved to verify her safety.
Intelligence resources stated the Urabeños medication gang had put a 200m-peso ($70,000; £53,000) value at the German shepherd’s head after she found almost 10 tonnes of the crowd’s cocaine.
The Urabeños is regarded as Colombia’s strongest criminal organisation.
Sombra (Shadow) was moved from the group’s heartland to Bogotá airport.
The world airport is regarded as more secure for her as it is outdoor the group’s main area of affect, but the counter-narcotics power is taking no risks.
Image copyright Colombian police Image caption Sombra has taken part in more than THREE HUNDRED operations with the counter-narcotics police
So Much of the drug trafficking is controlled by way of the Urabeños, a gang which is additionally referred to as the Úsuga extended family or Gulf clan.
The gang’s boss, Dairo Antonio Úsuga additionally referred to as Otoniel, is one in all Colombia’s such a lot wanted men.
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It isn’t ordinary for the Urabeños to supply cash to get rid of those standing of their way.
In 2012, police discovered leaflets signed via the group offering $500 to any person who killed a police officer.
The vastly larger sum the Urabeños are providing for the killing of Shadow is indicative of the financial losses her delicate nostril has caused them.
Sombra has been with the counter-narcotics police drive due to the fact that she used to be a pet and is credited with sniffing out drugs resulting in the arrest of 245 suspects.