When police dog ‘Ted’ (Greater Manchester Police) and his handler caught up with three thieves who decided to help themselves to other peoples catalytic converters, the three criminals chose to flee from the dog unit.
During the pursuit, the fleeing vehicle even stopped to allow one of the thieves to throw stolen catalytic converters at the dog unit, damaging the police vehicle in the process.
But it was not long before the fleeing suspects hit a dead end, forcing them to flee on foot.
Police dog ‘Ted’ was hot on their tail, and, without any fear whatsoever, ran after the three thieves as they tried to run and hide.
Full story in the video below:
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