Car Theft Suspect Attempts to Hide From K9 Buster’s Nose

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Pasco County, Florida — On Tuesday, March 23, Pasco Sheriff’s Office received a call about a car that was just stolen. Deputies immediately responded to the area and K9 Dep. Miller and K9 Buster began tracking the suspects. For approximately 30 minutes, the team tracked through a wooded area and a swamp, ultimately locating one of the subjects in a bush. A short time later, the second subject was located by deputies as well and both were arrested for the vehicle theft.

A K9’s sense of smell is so incredible, they even have the ability to track scents over water and can decipher between specific scents to track. That means they can track a specific person through a crowd. You see an example of this at the beginning of the track, when K9 Dep. Miller has K9 Buster track from the car’s driver side, past other deputies.

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