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Victorian Police are using dogs to sniff out rock-throwers. The Age reports on the discovery of perpetrators who had been throwing rocks at cars.
A POLICE sniffer dog helped track down five teenagers arrested over a rock-throwing incident in Melbourne's north-east at the weekend.
It is believed they threw concrete and masonry at cars including a taxi on St Georges Road, Northcote, about 3.15am yesterday [Sunday 4th].
The taxi driver contacted police, who dispatched a canine unit to the area. Nat the rottweiler sniffed out an offender hiding in a creek bed and the others under a building at a local school. The group was taken to the Northcote police station for questioning. Police have called for witnesses to come forward.
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