The investigation into Puppy Doe's abusers is making progress, according to the Norfolk County District Attorney's office. Puppy Doe, a female pit-mix puppy, was found near death in Quincy, MA in late August. She had been severely tortured and abused, and later had to be euthanized.
The Quincy Police Department, along with the District Attorney's office is working tirelessly to find the persons responsible for the torturous death of Puppy Doe. The investigation has even taken them out of state, after receiving hundreds of calls and tips.
While countless numbers of concerned citizens are wondering whether or not there is progress, and voicing concerns over the status of the case, any information regarding the case of Puppy Doe can not be released; this may hinder finding and prosecuting those responsible. The Quincy Police Chief, Paul Keenan, assures that the investigation is very active. Updates, as they are available, will be released to the public, when it is ethically sound to do so.
“Please be assured that these three agencies are working in concert to identify and hold accountable the person or persons responsible for the torture of Puppy Doe. It is highly unlikely that this level of sadistic cruelty could be shown to one animal and not be part of a pattern involving other animals or perhaps vulnerable people,” says District Attorney Michael Morrissey.
The public has been a tremendous help and is encouraged to call with any information that may lead to the arrest of Puppy Doe's abusers. Please call the Law Enforcement Department at the Animal Rescue League of Boston at 617-226-5610 or the Quincy Police Department at 617-745-5774.
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