Plymouth Police K-9 Gets New Body Armor
The Plymouth Police Department’s K-9 Rico will receive new body armor, purchased by a grant from a nonprofit called Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. The body armor will include a bullet and stab protective vest.
The nonprofit organization made the donation in memory of another Plymouth Police K9 named Knight, who died in November. The new vest even has the inscription “In memory of K9 Knight-EOW 11-25-20” embroidered on it.
“The Plymouth Police Department is thankful for the working relationship with Vested Interest in K9s, Inc.,” said Plymouth Police Captain Pete Johnson in a press release. “Their generous donations help keep our special four-legged K9 officers safe and able to provide years of continuous superior service to our great community.”