An NYPD search dog fell through an attic while searching a home filled with weapons in Brooklyn last Thursday, police say.
The K-9 dog named Timoshenko was brought into the home on Sebring Street in Red Hook and led officers to a cache of weapons that included a semi-automatic pistol, an assault rifle, six additional rifles, a shotgun and a black-powder musket, the NYPD says.
While searching the attic, the dog fell through the floor and hurt his paw.
He was taken to a local animal hospital where he received seven stitches, police said.
Timoshenko's work led to the arrest of 61-year-old Agron Haskaj on multiple weapons charges, police said.
It wasn't clear if Haskaj had an attorney.
Timoshenko has made news in the past: in 2015, he sniffed out weapons and a Pringles can full of marijuana during a traffic stop in Brooklyn. He's also assisted in disaster relief efforts across the country.