Dog stabbed to death then buried in Inverness
Staffordshire bull terrier cross is believed to have been stabbed to death and then buried in a shallow hole in Inverness, the Scottish SPCA has said. The Scottish SPCA has launched an appeal for information.
A young male black and white Staffordshire bull terrier cross is believed to have been stabbed to death and then buried in a shallow hole in Inverness, according to the Scottish SPCA. A member of the public contacted the police after uncovering the dog's body near Assynt Road in Kinmylies on 4th November. Two men were seen in the area carrying a bag and a spade earlier that day. One of them was described as being between 35 and 45 years old, 5ft 10in, of medium build, bald and was wearing a blue t-shirt. The second man was described as being aged between 35 and 45, 5ft 10in, medium build and was wearing a black jacket. He also had shoulder length hair tied back in a pony tail.
Anyone who can provide information that can help to find those two men is asked to contact the Scottish SPCA.
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