Authorities in Jefferson County, Colorado, are reaching out to the public for help in a case of suspected animal cruelty involving an emaciated dog who was discarded in a trash bag. According to the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, the dog, a female pit bull, was found earlier this month.
The authorities stated:
JCSO is seeking help in sad case
On February 6, 2021, Jefferson County Animal Control was notified of a deceased dog found in a trash bag that was in a ditch near Deer Creek Canyon Road and Grizzly Drive.
Describing the dog:
The dog is a medium sized female cream-colored Pit Bull and was extremely emaciated. Animal Control Officers noticed suspicious injuries on the body and have an open investigation into how the dog died. Unfortunately, there was no microchip or identification tags on the dog.
The dog was found in an area where there are no homes nearby which may have had security cameras.
The authorities are looking for leads:
We need your help. If you know anything about this case please call Jefferson County Animal Control at 303-271-5070.
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