Authorities now have a person of interest in the “Puppy Doe” case. According to the Boston Herald on Oct. 28, police want to speak with Radoslaw Czerkawski about the incident where a young pit bull had been mutilated, beaten and starved before she was dumped in a park.
“Puppy Doe” was found in a Quincy, Mass. park. The young female dog had been brutally tortured before she was found dumped in the park Aug. 31. Sadly Puppy Doe had to be euthanized due to the extent of her injuries. Authorities did a necropsy on the poor dog, and it was discovered she had been burned and beaten, her tongue had been sliced, she had been stabbed in the eye, and her joints had been torn apart.
Authorities were determined to figure out who had done such heinous torture to “Puppy Doe.” Now Czerkawski is considered a person of interest, and police hope to speak with him Monday. The trail of Puppy Doe's life indicates she had been given away via Craigslist, at least once. Police have some phone records related to the exchange, but it isn't clear as of yet how that led them to Czerkawski.
Despite naming Radoslaw Czerkawski as a person of interest in the Puppy Doe case, it's not clear just what authorities believe his connection is to the dog. Many have been following the case over the past few months and are anxious for justice to be served.