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Suffolk County SPCA Seeks Information on Dog Found Washed Ashore in Lobster Crate

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A pit bull mix was found dead in Eaton's Neck.

Eaton's Neck, NY - June 26, 2014 - The Suffolk County SPCA is seeking information from the public about a dead dog found washed ashore in Eaton's Neck.
 
On Tuesday evening, the dog, a Pit Bull mix wearing a collar, was found on a beach along Old Winkle Point Drive.  The dog had been stuffed into a lobster crate  which was wired shut and weighted down with bricks.
 
Chief Roy Gross of the Suffolk County SPCA said that the SPCA is investigating this as  a case of possible animal cruelty. 
 
Anyone with information is asked to call the Suffolk County SPCA at 631-382-7722.  All calls will be kept confidential.
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