There's a $70000 Bounty on This Skilled Dog's Head

Sombra, an anti-narcotic police dog who serves with the Colombian National Police

Colombian Mafia Puts $70,000 Bounty On Sniffer Dog

Sombra was originally stationed in Turbo, a town on the Atlantic coast that's known for drug smuggling.

The Urabeños offered a bounty of up to 200 million Colombian pesos - almost $70,000 - for the canine's life, Colombia's national police said last week.

The German shepherd called Sombra, which means "shadow" in Spanish, has helped to intercept nearly ten tonnes of cocaine, with a street value of about $500 million, being shipped by the Urabeños drug cartel from ports on the Caribbean.

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One particular member of the Colombian National Police has put so much fear into the hearts of drug smugglers that they have reportedly offered up to $70 thousand to anyone who can poison her food or water.

Sombra's victories have turned her into somewhat of a media darling, and, as she struts around Bogota's airport with her handler, fans occasionally stop her for a selfie.

Colombia's most powerful criminal gang has offered a reward of 200 million pesos ($70,000) to whoever kills a detection dog which discovered five tons of cocaine the gang was trying to smuggle to Europe, the daily El Tiempo reported Thursday.

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"Her sense of smell is far beyond that of other dogs, " Rojas said. Sombra was threatened with death by the Gulf Clan, the largest drug gang in the country.

"Sombra the German shepherd has become the terror of criminal organizations, " a recent story in Colombia's El Espectador newspaper proclaimed. The Urabeños are, according to CNN, "one of Colombia's most powerful criminal groups", trafficking in enough cocaine that one dog could seize 9 tons of it.

Colombia's national police estimates that it has lost at least 1,800 officers over the past two decades and a number of dogs to the war on drugs.

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Sombra wasn't fooled by the labels-her nose told her what was hidden inside.

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