WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — A West Lafayette police officer is taking home a plaque dedicated to her former K9.
At Monday's West Lafayette City Council meeting Chief Troy Harris presented Officer and K9 Handler Elizabeth Romstadt a memorial for K9 Barry.
The Dutch Shepard was euthanized at eight years old in November for an unknown medical condition.
Romstadt was given a box that holds the American flag that flew the day Barry was put to rest.
A new K9 known as K9 Agent, a Belgian Malanois, started Monday with Romstadt.
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