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Garda Barker has stood down from duty

Gardai say he ‘handed in his leash and badge before heading home’.

Updated 15:40. 

ANOTHER ADORABLE ANIMAL was handed into gardaí after being found alone this week.

This time the puppy was handed into Ballymun Garda Station where the officers gave him the temporary name of “Garda Barker”.

His owner has now picked him up with gardai reporting that he ‘handed in his leash and badge before heading home’.

This is not the first adorable animal that has been handed into the gardaí this year – not by a long shot.

In April there was this guy:

While gardaí in Blanchardstown called this pup Jeff back in February:

And in January, a cat made itself comfortable in Finglas station:

Read: Gardaí are looking for information on these ‘quack addicts’ they have in custody>

Read: Puppies, pugs and birds stolen from Kerry pet farm>

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