Photo by John Schreiber.
Photo by John Schreiber.

A 6-month-old brown bloodhound recently acquired by the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department to be used to hunt for missing persons got a name Friday, courtesy of ABC7 viewers who voted on Facebook.

She will be called Copper — one of five names selected by the sheriff’s department for the public’s consideration; the others were Molly, Mulligan, Champ and Star.

Copper will undergo training before she is deployed in the field.

—Staff and wire reports

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