Video: Bloodhound sworn in as new K-9

Detective Prince will assist the Missing Child Task Force

By Police1 Staff

WEST YORK, Pa. — Video of a bloodhound becoming the newest member of the West York Borough Police has gone viral.

K-9 Detective Prince was sworn in with an official ceremony in early April, USA Today reported. He’ll assist the Missing Child Task Force with his handler, Officer Scott Musselman. 

"I love him. He's my little buddy already," Musselman said.

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Prince will take the place of the department’s current bloodhound, Lou, who is set to retire. 

Prince will undergo training with the department for the next year.


Today was Prince's first day of training with Summit Search and Rescue. He'll be finding missing people in no time! #willworkfortreats #WYBPD21

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