TULSA, OK -- The Tulsa County Sheriff's Office has two new members.
"Gwen" and "Chief" are Belgian Malinois dogs trained in narcotics detection.
The sheriff's office received the donation from local Masonic organizations.
The deputy in charge of "Chief" says the new dog is a great addition to the team.
"I was blessed to get the dog, like I said it's a dream, I never expected it, it's the fulfillment of my career," said Tulsa County Sheriff's deputy Dan Ruskoski.
"Gwen" and "Chief" will replace the Tulsa County Sheriff's Office only drug dog, Hunter, who died last year.
The Pittsburg County Sheriff confirmed Tuesday afternoon that the remains of all five missing workers have been located.
The American Red Cross will be holding multiple blood drives in Tulsa in the wake of a "winter blood shortage."