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WATCH: Adorable bloodhound becomes newest member of Pa. police department

By: Teresa Boeckel, York (Pa.) Daily Record
April 7, 2017 Updated: April 7, 2017 at 2:44 pm
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YORK, Pa. — The West York, Pa., Borough Police has a new member of the force, a K-9 detective named Prince.

In his public debut earlier this week, the 13-week-old bloodhound rested in the arms of his handler, Scott Musselman, as officials talked about how he will help to find missing children and older adults with dementia.

"I love him. He's my little buddy already," Musselman said after a news conference.

The paw print of Detective Prince, the newest member of the West York Police Department, was placed as his signature following his swearing in ceremony by District Judge Jennifer J.P. Clancy. (Photo: Jason Plotkin, York (Pa.) Daily Record) 

Prince was sworn in by District Judge Jennifer J.P. Clancy in her Spring Garden Township courtroom on Thursday.

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