A drug-sniffing canine is reportedly now the goal of a Colombian drug gang after the pup lately discovered roughly 22,000 kilos of the gang’s cocaine provide.

Sombra, a 6-year-old German shepherd, helped authorities discover the Los Urabeños gang’s medication, BBC reported Thursday. In return, the gang, also referred to as Clan del Golfo, reportedly put successful out on the canine for $70,000.

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Drug dealers put  price on German Shepherd's head

Sombra, who’s reportedly labored with police in additional than 300 counternarcotics operations, was relocated to an airport in Bogotá for her security.

 (Colombia Police by way of BBC)

Sombra had labored in ports alongside the Atlantic coast, and lately sniffed out over 11,000 kilos of cocaine within the coastal city of Turbo, and located one other 8,800 kilos of it tucked in vehicles to be exported.

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She’s since been relocated to an airport in Bogotá, the place, based on the information outlet, she’s accompanied by additional safety officers to make sure her security.

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The Urabenos gang is “Colombia’s strongest legal group,” based on nonprofit investigative group InSight Crime. And its chief, Dairo Antonio Úsago, is probably the most wished man within the nation.

In 2012, the gang reportedly provided $500 to those that killed a police officer, and provided extra if the cop labored for the nation’s counternarcotics power.

Nicole Darrah covers breaking and trending information for FoxNews.com. Comply with her on Twitter @nicoledarrah.



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