ORLANDO, Fla. — A new K-9 officer is sniffing out crime with the Orlando Police Department.
The department announced Thursday that Grogu had joined the force.
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Officers said the pup’s already developed a close bond with his human partner, Sgt. Rafael Ospina.
According to the city’s website, OPD currently owns 14 dual-purpose canines, seven specializing in narcotics detection and seven for bomb detection.
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NEW K9 ALERT: Welcome Orlando Police Department’s newest K-9, Grogu. He has already developed a close bond to his human, Sergeant Rafael Ospina and loves using his training to keep his hometown the @citybeautiful safe while #OnTheBeat. pic.twitter.com/IwgfDcKSzB— Orlando Police (@OrlandoPolice) October 6, 2022
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