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Police dog Kaleb was with his handler Sergeant Constable Trevor O & Neill in Harristown, Queensland, looking for the streets at 1.30 pm on Sundays after reports of a break and entered

Beloved police dog Caleb collapses and dies moments after finding a man suspected of being involved in a break and coming in

  • Kaleb was with his handler Sergeant Constable Trevor O & Neill in Queensland
  • They followed a man suspected of a break and came in when Caleb collapsed
  • His handler is in mourning and is being destroyed by the loss of his friend
  • An assessment of Kaleb's death will be carried out by the State Capacity Coordinator
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A police dog died moments after tracking down a man suspected of a break and coming in.

Police dog Kaleb was with handler Sergeant Constable Trevor O & Neill in Harristown, Queensland, looking for the streets at 1.30 pm on Sundays after reports of a break and went inside.

They found the suspect at 2.45 am, but Caleb suddenly collapsed as she walked back to the police car.

Police dog Kaleb was with his handler Sergeant Constable Trevor O & Neill in Harristown, Queensland, looking for the streets at 1.30 pm on Sundays after reports of a break and entered

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Police dog Kaleb was with his handler Sergeant Constable Trevor O & Neill in Harristown, Queensland, looking for the streets at 1.30 pm on Sundays after reports of a break and entered

His handler tried to practice first aid, but Caleb quickly slipped into unconsciousness.

He was rushed to the nearest vet, but could not be saved and died.

Sergeant Constable O & # 39; Neill has been destroyed by the loss of his & # 39; dog, partner and partner & # 39 ;.

Kaleb lived at the officer's house and was treated like a family member.

& # 39; The QPS takes the safety and well-being of all police dogs very seriously and treats them as valued members of the police family & # 39 ;, is a statement.

Kaleb was born in October 2012 and served as a police dog for five years, performing numerous successful songs.

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& # 39; Vale RD Kaleb, with the honor you have served, and it was our honor to serve with you & # 39 ;, the police said in a statement.

An assessment of Caleb's death will be carried out by the State Squad Coordinator (Dog Squad), as is customary when a police dog dies during training or during work.

PD Kaleb and Sergeant Constable O & # 39; Neill found the suspect at 2.45 am and collapsed as he walked back to the police car. Pictured: Anzac Avenue in Harristown

PD Kaleb and Sergeant Constable O & # 39; Neill found the suspect at 2.45 am and collapsed as he walked back to the police car. Pictured: Anzac Avenue in Harristown

PD Kaleb and Sergeant Constable O & # 39; Neill found the suspect at 2.45 am and collapsed as he walked back to the police car. Pictured: Anzac Avenue in Harristown

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