16/07/2019

Pair Cautioned As Dog Dies In Car

Two people have been cautioned for animal cruelty after a dog died while locked in a vehicle on Sunday.

The puppy passed away in Enniskillen, County Fermanagh after members of the public had heroically attempted to rescue it by breaking the car window as temperatures reached the mid-twenties.

Unfortunately the dog could not be saved.
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Police said yesterday, Monday 15, that two individuals have been cautioned and will be formally interviewed in due course.

As the investigation is pursued, a PSNI spokesperson warned the public to refrain from posting inappropriate comments online: "We understand that this type of incident provokes a strong emotional response in us as human beings however we would ask that you keep in mind that this is a live police investigation and that comments should be kept appropriate and sensitive to that investigation."



(JG/CM)

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