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K-9 unit welcomes bunny to force as April Fools’ Day joke

Spokane Police Department introduced this new crime-fighter, police bunny B9 Hopps, on their Twitter account on Sunday, April 1, 2018. (Spokane Police Department K9 Unit / Courtesy)
Spokane Police Department introduced this new crime-fighter, police bunny B9 Hopps, on their Twitter account on Sunday, April 1, 2018. (Spokane Police Department K9 Unit / Courtesy)

SPOKANE, Wash. – The Spokane Police Department welcomed a new furry friend to its K-9 unit.

KREM-TV reports the police department tweeted Sunday, “Please welcome our new crime-fighter, police bunny B9 Hopps,” adding that the rabbit was certified in “Easter egg detection.”

The tweet included the hashtag: #badbunsbadbunswhatchagonnado.

The announcement was an April Fools’ Day joke by the unit.

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