Police Dog Sniffs Out $1.7M In Cash

BOSTON (CBS) – A police dog sniffed out over $1 million in cash during a traffic stop last week.

“Axel,” a Mass. State Police K-9 and his owner, Sgt. Charles Cane, pulled over a car near Hanscom Field in Bedford on Oct. 28, police said.

The two people inside the car consented to a search of their rented car. According to police, Sgt. Cane found two suitcases inside.

Axel was brought over to the suitcases for a sniff test. Police said Axel detected a drug smell coming from the suitcases. When Cane opened the suitcases, he found $1.7 million in cash.

The people who were in the car would not say where the money came from. They referred all questions to an attorney.

Comments

One Comment

  1. Emmit066 says:

    Who drives around in a rental car with $1,700,000 in cash in the trunk?

  2. dunmore says:

    A republican on election day

  3. Cynic says:

    I could just imagine that poor Dog trying to sniff out Money on me.Talk about a frustrated Dog!!!!

  4. LudlowPalmer says:

    (1) I need a car like that.
    (2) I need a dog like that.
    (3) I need luggage like that.

    Good dog, GOOD dog…

  5. rich oconnor says:

    Or a democrat packing up and going home ….

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