Derry Borough Police sell K9 plush toys to help exploited children

HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – The Derry Township Police Department announced that they are selling plush dogs that look like their K9 Tor.

The plush stuffed dogs, wearing their own vests, were donated by Operation Underground Railroad (OUR). Proceeds from sales will be used by the Derry Township Police Department to purchase digital forensic equipment.

Tor works with Officer Kevin Leiss, a member of the Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force.

OUR and the ICAC Task Force help protect children who are exploited by others in the production, dissemination and distribution of child pornography.

Tor works to spy on electronic and storage devices that these criminals have hidden.

According to the Derry Township Police Department, Tor is very good at what he does and he has uncovered many devices during the searches he was involved in.

If you are interested in buying a plush dog, you can purchase one for $12 each. You can stop by the Derry Township Police Department front desk during office hours or call the office at (717) 534-2202 to inquire about orders.

There are 250 plush dog replicas in total, so police are advising you to get yours before they sell out. Derry Borough Police sell K9 plush toys to help exploited children

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