PDRM's 12-Year-Old Detective Dog 'Urby' Gets A Medal After He Helped Solve A Murder Case

Who's a good boy? He is.

Cover image via Polis Diraja Malaysia/Facebook

This is Urby.

He is Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) detective dog.

On Friday, 22 November, the 12-year-old German Shepherd was awarded a medal after he helped solve a murder case in Selangor

According to a post uploaded on PDRM's official Facebook page yesterday, Urby was given the medal along with his handler, Koperal Umbat Anak Selan from the KLIA police headquarters, for successfully locating the body of a murder victim in October this year.

The victim, a Bangladeshi national, had been reported missing

The 35-year-old victim's body was discovered on 12 October in bushes in Kuala Langat with the help of the K9 Unit that was led by Urby, reported Harian Metro.

PDRM was eventually able to solve the case last month after the discovery.

Urby and his handler being honoured during the closing event of a K-9 unit handler course at the Police Training Centre on Friday.

Image via Polis Diraja Malaysia/Facebook

Koperal Umbat putting the medal on Urby

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