Baron had been paired with his handler for the last four years. Essex Police says they had made many arrests together:
He was injured and taken immediately to a veterinary practice but sadly he had to be put to sleep.
The circumstances surrounding this tragic incident are currently being reviewed.
Baron's handler and family are understandably very upset.
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