CLAREMONT Claremont police received a little help from a four-legged crime fighter in tracking down a man possibly linked to a home break-in Monday.
Rancho Cucamonga sheriff’s station’s bloodhound Dare was brought in to track a burglar after police determined the person who broke into a Claremont home had cut himself on window glass, according to a San Bernardino County Sheriff’s statement.
Officers followed the bloody trail for about 2 miles until it disappeared near Garey Avenue and Foothill Boulevard in Pomona, officials said.
Dare and his handler, Deputy Ryan Girard, were requested to assist.
Dare acquired the scent