McCracken Co. authorities requesting public’s help in animal abuse investigation



MCCRACKEN COUNTY, Ky. (KFVS) – The McCracken County Sheriff’s Office and McCracken County Animal Control want your help with an ongoing investigation into animal abuse.

According to the sheriff’s workplace, deputies have been investigating a case involving an injured, deserted canine that suffered a number of chunk accidents per that of a K9.

Deputies found the pet in an space that seems to have seen a rise in deserted animals.

They describe the pet as white, with a brown again, head and tail, with cropped ears.

According to a launch from the sheriff’s workplace, the pet is a 3-month-old feminine pit bull/pit bull combine, and was discarded in an older, weathered canine crate wrapped in a purple sheet. 

The crate was found on Wednesday, April 20, in the realm of Pool Road and Bechtold Road in McCracken County.

The McCracken County Sheriff’s Office says it’s monitoring the realm utilizing video surveillance that’s able to offering close to real-time updates on to deputies and detectives. 

Along with officers from McCracken County Animal Control, deputies and detectives are persevering with to make the most of this tools in a number of areas to determine anybody accountable.

The McCracken County Sheriff’s Office (270-444-4719) and McCracken County Animal Control are urging anybody in the neighborhood with data relating to this investigation to return ahead in order that deputies and detectives can determine the events accountable. 

Tips can also be offered by way of West KY Crime Stoppers at 270-444-8355, by texting “WKY” and the knowledge to 8474111 or the WKY Crime Stoppers App.

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