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Dead dog found in bag

PUBLISHED: 13:33 29 April 2010 | UPDATED: 17:53 25 August 2010

AN EMACIATED dead dog, wearing a pink diamante collar, was found dumped in a holdall in a cemetery. The RSPCA have warned the perpetrator could face six months in prison and a fine of £20,000 after the Staffordshire bull terrier was found in the cemetery

AN EMACIATED dead dog, wearing a pink diamante collar, was found dumped in a holdall in a cemetery. The RSPCA have warned the perpetrator could face six months in prison and a fine of £20,000 after the Staffordshire bull terrier was found in the cemetery on Bexley Road in Erith on April 22.

RSPCA Inspector Alana Chapman said: "This poor dog appeared extremely emaciated and may have died through malnutrition. We'd like to hear from anyone who recognises the dog or the holdall." Call the RSPCA in confidence on: 0300 123 4999.


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