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Queensland Police dog Bravo has had a heartwarming reunion with his handler, after he went missing from a property south of Brisbane on Friday.

Bravo was taken to Logan Central station by a member of the public on Sunday morning, the police service said in a Facebook post.

The six-year-old dog was then taken to a veterinary clinic as a precaution.

Pictures of his reunion with his handler, were posted online on Sunday afternoon with the caption “it doesn’t get much better than this”.

“The adorable moment PD Bravo and his handler were reunited,” the post said.

“A huge thanks to the community for all their support.”

Queensland Police dog Bravo and his handler looked happy to be reunited on Sunday. Picture: Queensland Police Service/Facebook via NCA NewsWire
media_cameraQueensland Police dog Bravo and his handler looked happy to be reunited on Sunday. Picture: Queensland Police Service/Facebook via NCA NewsWire
The pair were reunited after a member of the public brought Bravo to Logan Central police station. Picture: Queensland Police Service/Facebook via NCA NewsWire
media_cameraThe pair were reunited after a member of the public brought Bravo to Logan Central police station. Picture: Queensland Police Service/Facebook via NCA NewsWire

An urgent search was launched after Bravo went missing from his handler’s property in the Logan suburb of Regents Park while he was off duty on Friday night.

Officers, including several members of the dog squad, looked for the black german shepherd within the Regents Park area and surrounding suburbs.

Originally published as Police dog’s heartwarming reunion

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