BOSTON (WBZ) ― When it comes to tracking terrorists in today's dangerous world, investigators often focus on the flow of money. Computers and electronic records are vital in this effort. But here in Boston so is the ability to smell.
International travelers arriving in Boston are carefully scrutinized daily by highly trained federal customs officers.
And during the past six months, these officers have been joined by a yellow lab named "Rolf."
He is not sniffing for explosives or drugs, but large amounts of cash.
Officer Caroline Tully is with U.S. Customs and Border Protection and she is Rolf's handler.
"There is a certain odor to currency, especially large amounts of it, and he can smell it thru anything."
Why the emphasis on cash or currency? Because as the saying goes, follow the money, it can lead to a lot of dangerous places.
William Ferrara oversees customs a
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Tags: Logan Airport, Boston, Cash Sniffing Dog, I.C.E., US Customs, CBP. working dog
Location: Boston, Massachusetts, United States (load item map)
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