Peterborough police dog Isaac sniffs out cocaine beside East City trail

Two residents reported a suspicious item on Tuesday in the area of foot path near Maria Street

Police service dog Isaac is a drug detection specialist with the Peterborough Police Service's canine unit. (Photo: Peterborough Police Service)
Police service dog Isaac is a drug detection specialist with the Peterborough Police Service's canine unit. (Photo: Peterborough Police Service)

Peterborough police service dog Isaac sniffed out a small quantity of cocaine beside a public trail in Peterborough’s East City on Tuesday (January 14).

Two residents walking in the area of foot path near Maria Street had contacted police to report a suspicious item.

Peterborough police constable Bob Cowie and PSD Isaac arrived to search the area.

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As a result of the search, PSD Isaac — a drug detection specialist — located out a small quantity of cocaine in the snow.

Police have thanked the two residents for reporting the suspicious item and have issued a reminder to report any suspicious activity by calling the Peterborough Police Service at 705-876-1122.

If you prefer to remain anonymous, you can contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or visit www.stopcrimehere.ca.