Saturday, April 28, 2007

Puppy Thrown From Moving Car

Click to go to the CBS-4 storySouth Florida's CBS-4 is reporting that police are searching for the people responsible for throwing an 8-month-old west highland terrier from a car moving at least 40-mph. The puppy was bruised and battered but survived with minor injuries. The incident occurred earlier this week along Country Line Road (SR-852) near Calder Race Track. That would be in North Miami-Dade County just east of 215th Street and N.W. 27th Avenue. According to a witness, the car is a gray, four door, and the suspects took the license tag out of the back window and sped off. That strongly suggests they knew they had done something terribly wrong and wanted to avoid identification

The puppy, dubbed Oscar, will be placed up for adoption by Blair Animal Hospital in Hollywood, 954-983-2000.

If you have information on the people responsible for throwing Oscar from the car, contact Broward Crimestoppers at 954-493-TIPS (8477) so these bas#$@ds can do their little dance in hell.

The entire story, including video, can be found here, on CBS-4's site. Photo is copyright CBS and we have requested permission to reproduce it here.