Queensland police dog dies after tracking down break and enter suspect

Beloved police dog Kaleb collapses and dies moments after helping track down a man suspected of being involved in a break and enter Kaleb was with his handler Sergeant Constable Trevor O'Neill in Queensland  They were tracking a man suspected of a break and enter when Kaleb collapsed His handler is in mourning and is devastated by the loss of his friend  A review into Kaleb's death will be done by the State Capability Coordinator

By Claudia Poposki For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 08:00 BST, 26 May 2019 | Updated: 08:00 BST, 26 May 2019


A police dog has died moments after tracking down a man suspected of a break and enter.

Police dog Kaleb was with handler Sergeant Constable Trevor O'Neill in Harristown, Queensland, at 1.30am on Sunday searching the streets after reports of a break and enter.  

They found the suspect at 2.45am, but Kaleb suddenly collapsed while walking back to the police

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