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Pictured: Max, the German shepherd police dog with handler PC Peter Lloyd<br />
Re: Max, a newly-licensed Dyfed-Powys Police dog discovered a missing mother and toddler on the edge of a ravine in a remote part of Powys, on his first operational shift on Saturday, 1st August 2020<br />
The mother and her one-year-old had not been seen for two days and had spent the night outdoors.<br />
The two-year-old German Shepherd cross who joined the force in February, led its handler PC Peter Lloyd who spotted the woman waving for help at 1:30pm.<br />
They were helped down and checked over by a mountain rescue doctor and the ambulance service.<br />
Insp Jonathan Rees-Jones said: "The woman had not been seen or spoken to for two days, which was out of character, and her phone wasn't working, so naturally concern for her safety was high."<br />
He said the woman's car had been found on a mountain road which gave officers a location to search from, but there was still "a vast area to cover given the amount of time she had been missing".
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Pictured: Max, the German shepherd police dog with handler PC Peter Lloyd
Re: Max, a newly-licensed Dyfed-Powys Police dog discovered a missing mother and toddler on the edge of a ravine in a remote part of Powys, on his first operational shift on Saturday, 1st August 2020
The mother and her one-year-old had not been seen for two days and had spent the night outdoors.
The two-year-old German Shepherd cross who joined the force in February, led its handler PC Peter Lloyd who...
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