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HANOVER COUNTY, Va. — This dynamic duo will help solve crimes and save lives in Hanover. Kojak and Scout are 12-week-old bloodhounds who were recently donated to the Hanover Sheriff’s Office. The brother and sister “have a keen sense of smell and will be specially trained in tracking,” the sheriff’s office posted on Facebook.

Kojak will work with Deputy Braxton Reed and Scout will partner with Deputy Seth Mahler.

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