[VIDEO] PDRM Holds Appreciation Ceremony For Doggo That Busted A Drug Case In Langkawi

All that praise and attention, well-deserved!

Cover image via Polis Langkawi (Facebook)

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Meet Black.

He is a Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) detective dog, working in Langkawi's Criminal Investigation Department.

Black and his trainer, L/Cpl Johan Anak Jame (centre).

Image via Polis Diraja Malaysia (Facebook)

On Sunday, 24 October, Langkawi police held an appreciation ceremony for the Labrador for his help in catching a drug dealer

According to a Facebook post uploaded yesterday, PDRM said Black managed to uncover a suspect's hidden collection of drugs worth RM7,584 during a raid operation earlier this year.

Police had raided the the drug dealer's house in Kampung Kelibang on 2 February and arrested the offender but were unable to locate his stash of drugs, reported Harian Metro.

They called in Black who successfully sniffed out 126.4g of heroin in several plastic packs hidden under a box in a hut near the man's house.

For his hard work, Black was awarded a lot of food and a certificate of appreciation on Sunday morning

The awards, presented by Kedah police chief Datuk Kamarul Zaman Mamat, was received by Black's trainer, L/Cpl Johan Anak Jame in a short ceremony.

The ceremony was livestreamed on Facebook and it can be seen that many officers came to give Black their support and praise.

The K-9 personnel looked mighty happy as he stumbled on stage to sniff and accept the rewards.

Watch Black's entire appreciation ceremony here:

The K-9 unit in Langkawi was recently established this year:

Here are other good doggos who deserved the awards they received:

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