The death of a highly trained police dog has been reported in Nanyuki Police Station, Laikipia East Sub-county in Laikipia County. PC Anthony who is based at Nanyuki Police reported that he was going to attend to a Germany Shepherd police dog at around 1400hrs on Friday but he found the dog lying lifelessly on the floor inside its kennel.[Photo Courtesy]
The dog had no serious injuries on any part of its body that could have indicated that it was killed by someone. The scene where the dog died was visited by top security officials within Nanyuki County including OCS Nanyuki Police Station and Laikipia County Veterinary officer.[Photo Courtesy]
The scene of the death was photographed by detectives based in Laikipia which might help them during their investigations. The cause of its death was not established immediately but detectives are doing everything possible to reveal what happened. The body of the dog was taken to Laikipia County Veterinary office so that a postmortem will be conducted to reveal what killed the dog.
However, this incident has left Kenyans with many questions on whether it is the same dog that got lost a few days ago. The dog was categorized as a highly trained dog that could cause harm to the members of the public and they requested everyone to be very careful not to come across it.
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