Police Seek Animal Cruelty Suspect Who Shot Dog


Pitbull-type dog shot on January 17 | Image by DPD

The Dallas Police Department is searching for a suspect accused of shooting a dog on January 17 on or around Vandervort Drive in Dallas.

The dog is presumed to be of a Pit Bull pedigree, is in stable condition, and is “thriving,” according to CBS 11 News.

DPD is requesting details pertinent to who may have victimized the animal.

To submit a tip, contact DPD Crime Stoppers at (877) 373-TIPS (8477) or Detective Cathy Blanchard (No. 7999) with the DPD’s Animal Cruelty Unit at (214) 670-7694. Her email address is [email protected] Please reference case number 010663-2022.

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