Ghost quick off the mark

Midwest Times
Handler Matt Cameron with police dog Ghost.
Camera IconHandler Matt Cameron with police dog Ghost. Credit: Geraldton police/Twitter

Newly-arrived Geraldton police dog Ghost has made some of his first arrests, thanks to timely public tip-offs.

Ghost was called in when police were alerted to a suspected burglary in Rangeway about 10.45pm on Saturday.

Police said the dog was able to track two boys, aged 14 and 15, who were arrested and are helping police with inquiries.

No charges have been laid, but police said investigations were continuing.

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A police spokeswoman thanked the public for quickly providing information.

Anyone who witnesses suspicious behaviour is encouraged to contact police on 9923 4555 or 13 14 44.

Police said helpful information to provide about suspects includes: gender, age, what they look like (hair colour, facial features, etc), clothing, body markings (tattoos, etc) and if they are carrying anything.

In an emergency call 000.

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