Police and Border Guard Board to unleash Terror on criminals

The Police and Border Guard Board (PPA) have a new puppy - seven-week old Terror - who in the near future will help catch dangerous criminals in Estonia.

Terror's name was chosen as a warning to criminals: you may be getting closer to terror than you bargained for if you break the law.  

The puppy, a Belgian Malinois, arrived from Belgium this week and is the newest member of K-commando, the Police and Border Guard Board wrote on Facebook on Friday.

He will now undergo training to become a police dog.

Terror. Source: PPA.


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