Reward offered: Man allegedly hit dog and abandoned her at liquor store

Reward offered for injured abandoned dog
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A Washington, D.C., animal welfare agency is offering a reward for information in a case of animal cruelty. According to the Humane Rescue Alliance, a severely injured dog was abandoned at Skip’s Liquor Store and Laundromat on January 4 – surveillance video provided few clues about who was responsible.

The video

The surveillance video showed a man, in what appeared to be a Red Cadillac CTS, hitting the dog, possibly with an object, and then dragging her away from his vehicle before driving off.

Chris Schindler, Vice President of Field Services at HRA, stated:

“The depth and severity of this dog’s exposed wounds strongly suggests that she endured extraordinary pain. HRA is determined to bring her abuser to justice and we hope this reward will motivate any witnesses or others with information about this crime to come forward immediately.”

Reward for information

The vehicle in the video appears to be a Red Cadillac CTS, model year possibly between 2003 – 2007. HRA is seeking information regarding the identity of the person of interest seen in the video for questioning regarding the incident in addition to any information regarding the source of the dog’s injuries or identifying the address where this dog may have resided. If you have information, please call 202-723-5730, option 1.

Click here to watch the surveillance video.

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