BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Anne Arundel County Sheriff’s Office is giving the public the opportunity to help them name their new K9 officer.

Their current K9 Grim, a dual purpose Patrol and Bomb Detection K9, is set to retire in March.

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The sheriff’s office has purchased Grim’s replacement, a male Dutch Shepard, but need some help naming their new four-legged officer, who is undergoing basic training and is scheduled to start in April.

Children who are in 1st-5th grade in Anne Arundel County can send in their submissions for the new K9’s name.

The entries should be emailed to shwebmail@aacounty.org, and include the student’s name, grade, school, and their name for the new K9. Submissions have to be made by January 31.

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The top three finalists will be chosen by Sheriff Bateman, with the winner receiving a $25 gift certificate to Mission BBQ, a K9 demonstration for their class, and the winner and his/her principal will appear on the Anne Arundel’s Most Wanted TV show.

The two runner-ups will get $25 gift certificates to Mission BBQ.

The sheriff’s office’s current K9s, two German Shepherds and a Belgian Malinois, are named Carlo, Jango(Fett) and Chase.

Don’t forget! The deadline for entries to shwebmail@aacounty.org is January 31.

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