Gulf Clan offered reward for death or capture of German shepherd Sombra after she sniffed out over 2,000 kilos of cocaine

Colombian authorities have been forced to relocate a police dog responsible for sniffing out more than 2,000 kilos of cocaine after a drug cartel placed a $7,000 bounty on the animal.

Police recently discovered that the powerful Gulf Clan – also known as the Úsugas – had offered the reward for the death or capture of Sombra, a six-year-old German shepherd.

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