(Bismarck, ND) -- North Dakota's state crime bureau is welcoming four-legged agent.
Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem introduced K-9 Lee Tuesday. Lee is working to detect accelerants during fire investigations.
The nearly two-year-old black lab began his duties last month after graduating from training school in Front Royal, Virginia. He is partnered with Bureau of Criminal Investigation Agent Luke Kapella for detecting accelerants at suspected arsons and suspicious fires.