3 dead dogs found in Wichita

Animal control investigates after discovery of 3 dead dogs in bags in Wichita

Animal control officers in Wichita, Kansas, are searching for answers after the discovery of three dead dogs, in garbage bags, in various parts of the city. As reported by KAKE News, one of the dogs was “severely malnourished,” and another was frozen.

Lt. Brian Sigman, the Wichita Animal Control commander, tells the news agency that three dead dogs, found dumped in garbage bags on the same day, is “odd.”

At this point in time, it is impossible to know if the deaths are related. A woman who had the misfortune of finding one of the dogs is haunted by the grim discovery, and she worries that there could be more dogs who have suffered the same fate. The woman, who does not want to be identified, tells KAKE News,”It was awful it was mortifying. It really made my heart wrench and my stomach turn.”

Information wanted

Anyone with information about these dogs is asked to reach out to Crime Stoppers at (316) 267-2111.

(Image of dead dogs via screenshot KAKE News)

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