Police Need Help Locating Two Hudson Valley Animal Abuse Suspects
After a dog was found dead on the street, Hudson Valley police are hoping for help in finding two who are suspected of animal cruelty.
The City of Newburgh Police Department Detective Division have been investigating an animal cruelty case where a dead dog was found in the area of 32 Carter Street.
The people seen in the photo above are considered persons of interest, police say. Both are being sought for questioning in relation to the dog’s death. No one has been charged at this time and it’s unclear if the people wanted for questioning had anything to do with the dead dog.
Anyone with information about the pair are urged to contact the City of Newburgh Police Department Detective Division at (845)569-7528 or (845)569-7509. All calls can be kept confidential.
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