Canine Cracks Murder Case in Minutes [News]

20 Aug 2014 | by | Posted in: Wag News

police dogWith their excellent and exceptional olfactory senses, Canines have been instrumental in solving many a cases and providing justice to victims and their families. One such case is that of Ruby, the 5 year old canine member of Delhi Police force, who solved the murder of Amit, a vegetable vendor.

On 11th August, the Southeast Delhi Police received a report about finding the body of Amit, a vegetable vendor. Amit’s family was clueless about why their son was murdered and it puzzled the police. They sought the help of the dog squad who were brought to the crime scene

Ruby, one of the canine detectives, sniffed out the trail and moved towards a house that housed three of the men and a juvenile who were responsible for the murder. At first, Gaurav detested, but then confessed about committing the crime as they believed that Amit, the deceased, was a part of the rival snatchers gang. AMit was taken to a isolated place and stabbed multiple times till he succumbed to his injuries. However, they made a huge mistake and ended up murdering the wrong man.

Ruby sniffed and found the trail within minutes and has shot to limelight with the Delhi Police. It is evident that dogs have become an integral part of law enforcement forces and have saved many a lives and solved many crimes that humans have not been able to solve. It is time to develop and put in better systems in  place to develop the potential of canines across the forces. Read more about Police Dog

Source: Times of India; Hindu

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