TMZ reports Colombian drug cartels placed a 200m peso (about $70,000) bounty on the head of Sombra, a German shepherd who's just trying to do her job and be a good dog.
Sombra has been on Colombia's counter-narcotics police force since she was a puppy. A recent White House report found the amount of land where peasants and drug traffickers harvest the plant used to make cocaine rose 11 percent in 2017, despite $10 billion in USA counter-narcotics work.
Sombra wasn't fooled by the labels-her nose told her what was hidden inside.
Drug cartels like the Gulf Clan have taken note.
Otoniel, outraged by the enormous losses caused by Somra's sensitive nose, offered 200 million pesos, about $70,000 U.S., to anyone who eliminated the highly effective anti-drug campaigner, El Spectador reported.
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In Colombia drug traffickers have established a reward of $70 thousand for the head of the police dog, which found a record number of drugs. As a result she has been moved to work in an airport in a new area outside of the gang's influence, and will be accompanied by extra officers according to The Daily Telegraph.
Her detective work is essential in Colombia, which is wrestling with soaring coco production.
She has already won two K-9 Medals of Courage for her valor and might get a third one this year, he said.
Sombra now finds shipments of contraband at Bogotá airport. Because she has been so successful, she is the topic of tweets and has even been featured on television.
Sombra's handler, Jose Rojas, 25, said they are responsible for the dog's safety [VIDEO]. "She understands orders from a leader, and she's more playful than the others". Investigators uncovered the threat against Sombra through an intercepted phone call.