A BUCKS rescue dog who found the body of Dr David Kelly scooped a top prize at Crufts.
Brock, who is a member of the Chitern search and rescue team, was awarded first place in the friends for life category at the world famous show on Sunday.
The collie-cross hit the headlines in 2003 after finding the body of Dr Kelly, who killed himself after it was revealed he leaked information to the BBC about “sexed up” dossiers before the Iraq war.
The category was voted for by members of the public. His handler, Louise Holmes, is the treasurer of the Buckinghamshire search and rescue team.