Retired PSD Gunner became famous after tracking not one, but two suspects involved in a home invasion in Nova Scotia. But Gunner’s true love was to work on the water. He must have been a dolphin in his past life, because he was exceptional at working on marine profile cases. Gunner also got very excited after donning his rappel harness, anticipating a great day of work ahead. Lucky for Gunner, he was posted in Moncton, New Brunswick, and responded to all calls from the southeast of the province.
Gunner is now retired in Dieppe, New Brunswick, formerly known as Leger’s Corner, renamed Dieppe to commemorate the Canadian soldiers killed during the landing of Allied troops on August 19, 1942 in Dieppe, France. Gunner has now become a part of this historic city, where he can frolic in the Petitcodiac River. Welcome to Ned’s Wish Gunner!