A Raleigh police officer and his dog investigate a bomb threat on Salisbury Street in 2013. The state Senate approved a bill Wednesday that would allow police officers in Raleigh’s K9 unit to adopt their canine partners after the dogs retire.
A Raleigh police officer and his dog investigate a bomb threat on Salisbury Street in 2013. The state Senate approved a bill Wednesday that would allow police officers in Raleigh’s K9 unit to adopt their canine partners after the dogs retire. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
A Raleigh police officer and his dog investigate a bomb threat on Salisbury Street in 2013. The state Senate approved a bill Wednesday that would allow police officers in Raleigh’s K9 unit to adopt their canine partners after the dogs retire. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

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