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Drug detection dogs lap up training

Thursday 19 October 2017 | Written by Chris Taylor | Published in Local

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Drug detection dogs lap up training
Cook Islands Police drug detection dogs and their handlers have been put through their paces this week, at various locations around the island. They are pictured here at Raro Freight at the airport. PHOTO: CIPS 17101806 or 17101807

The Cook Islands Police Service drug detection dogs are being put through their paces this week.

The Cook Islands Police Service drug detection dogs are being put through their paces this week.


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