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Buster Takes Over from Tindur

A new drug dog, Buster, will begin his duties in the Westfjords police force. The dog he will be replacing, named Tindur, will be retiring next year.

Steinar Gunnarsson, a police officer in the Westfjords, was responsible for training Buster and handing him over to his new supervisors.

Pictured are Tindur and Buster with their supervisors, Þór Guðmundsson and Marín Elvarsdóttir.

According to the announcement, Tindur has served with Westfjords police for many years, but is now in his senior years.

In the announcement on Facebook, Westfjords police stated: “We expect a lot from Buster and believe that he will be just as good as Tindur.”

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